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Which of the following statements about Files are true?
One of the options is "A new file object can be created by invoking createNewFile method".
I didn't select the above option as I felt that a new file
can be created in the filesystem by using the createNewFile method. Since the word 'object' was used in the option, I felt it was not the right option, but it is a valid answer according to the author.
Kindly give your comments.
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Sajida
 
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Hi Sajida,
I think your right and the question was poorly worded. The <code>File.createNewFile()</code> method returns a boolean not an Object.

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