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How can i read the files in specified directory?
 
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Ravindra Kumar S,
Welcome to JavaRanch.

For reading files from a directory you require to use InputStream classes.
You may use DataInputStream and/or FileInputStream and/or BufferedInputStream.

Also, you may like to view this tutorial. This may also be useful.
 
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More useful tutorial from Sun here. Look for the link to file I/O especially.
 
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