Write to a file
As we have read about the BufferedOutputStream
class that store the data in an internal buffer and lets you write characters to a stream.
Lets see an example that writes the text "Hello
Java" to the existed file.
The given example uses the BufferedOutputstream
class that writes the bytes to the output stream. The output stream is a file "Filterfile.txt"
in which the data is written in form of a byte. The getBytes( ) method
of the String class returns the bytes from the string.
public static void main(String args)
String str="Hello Java";
FileOutputStream fos = new FileOutputStream("Filterfile.txt");
BufferedOutputStream bos = new BufferedOutputStream(fos);
// Now write to the buffered stream.
System.out.print("the data has been written");
catch (Exception e)
System.err.println("Error writing to a file: " + e);
Output of the Program:
the data has been written
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