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Java I/O

In Java, streams are the sequence of data that are read from the source and written to the destination.An input stream is used to read data from the source and an output stream is used to write data to the destination. The package contains all the classes required for input and output operations.
Introduction to Java I/O
In this article, we have discussed Input/Output operations in Java and also discussed example programs containing their implementation in Java.
Reader Class in Java
In this blog, you will learn about the Reader class in Java. We will discuss the different methods supported by the Reader class.
Writer Class in Java
In this article, we have extensively discussed the Writer class in Java and will see a sample program having the implementation of the Writer class.
File Input/Output EASY
In this blog, we will discuss file input/output
nextLine() in Java EASY
This article gives a detailed overview of the methods next() and nextLine() in Java.
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File Input Stream class
This blog will cover the file input stream class, package, data, methods.
The FileOutputStream Class
This blog will discuss the constructors and methods of the FileOuputStream class in Java.
BufferedInputStream and BufferedOutputStream
This blog discusses the BufferedInputStream and BufferedOutputStream classes in Java
Java Thread Dump Analyser EASY
In this blog, we will learn about Java Thread Dump Analyser. We will start with the introduction and later will cover how to generate java dump. In the end, we will discuss common patterns you can see in java thread dump.
 In this blog, we will cover FilterInput/OutputStream
Sequence Input Stream
In this blog, we will discuss SequenceInputStream
BufferedReader Vs Scanner Class In Java EASY
The blog explains the difference between BufferedReader Vs Scanner Class in Java along with examples.
Covariant Return Type in Java MEDIUM
In this article, we will learn about covariant return type and its working in java. Covariant return type refers to the return type of an overriding method.