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Can we write in a file from an array???

 
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The end user is entering the data on console and i am storing it in a two dimensional String array of 10X10. I am using BufferedStreamWriter to pick one line from the array and write in a text file. But i am not getting the output in file.
For loop is being used for writing from array to the text file.
Please tell me the mistake, i am doing.....
 
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Hi Vishnu,

It would be easier to identify the problem if you share some code.

By the way are you flushing out and closing the data stream before your program finishes?

Check out flush( ) method in BufferedWriter (I am guessing you are using BufferedWriter, there is no such class "BufferedStreamWriter" in java io).

Cheers,
Manish
 
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Manish Chhabra wrote:Hi Vishnu,

It would be easier to identify the problem if you share some code.

By the way are you flushing out and closing the data stream before your program finishes?

Check out flush( ) method in BufferedWriter (I am guessing you are using BufferedWriter, there is no such class "BufferedStreamWriter" in java io).

Cheers,
Manish



Hi, PFB the code:

 
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Yes you can use BufferdWritter like Below

 
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Vishnu: Please UseCodeTags when you post source code.
 
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Vishnu, please UseOneThreadPerQuestion. This thread is identical to this one. Since this thread has more replies we'll continue here.
 
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Why are you using a stream writer rather than an ordinary BufferedWriter?
 
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