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Can anyone here please tell me the use of File class in java..??
 
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To know about any of the Java classes Sun's api docs is good place to start with. You can visit this file api doc link for more details.
[ April 04, 2008: Message edited by: Anubhav Anand ]
 
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That's one use of File, a simple one. In general, java.io.File represents a path on a file system. It includes methods to check if there's a real file corresponding to the path, to delete the file at that path, and to query various properties of a file at that path (like whether it's a directory or not.)
 
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