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How can i pass unix fliepath to the read a file in java ?

 
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divya kundapur wrote:
How can i pass unix fliepath to the read a file in java ?



You can always specify the path as a string and pass it. So the java.io.File has different constructs, you can have a look there. Or if you are using a GUI JFileChooser then its more easier there.

Anyways please TellTheDetails
 
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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:

divya kundapur wrote:
How can i pass unix fliepath to the read a file in java ?



You can always specify the path as a string and pass it. So the java.io.File has different constructs, you can have a look there. Or if you are using a GUI JFileChooser then its more easier there.

Anyways please TellTheDetails



Thank you, i need to pass the location of csv file which is on unix to read the csv.
 
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