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Java Nio Delete File Example

If developers are working on a Java Swing or a desktop application then it may be required that sometimes developers need to delete a file from the file system. This tutorial is to learn about handling the files using the Java Nio package and shows how to delete a file in Java using the Nio package.         ...

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Java Nio Scatter/Gather Example

In Java Nio, the channel provides an important capability known as scatter/gather or vectored I/O in some circles. Scatter/gather is a simple yet powerful concept and this tutorial explains how scatter/gather can be really useful in situations where developers need to separate work with the various parts of the transmitted data.               Table Of ...

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Java Nio Channels Example

Channels are the second major innovation of the Java Nio after buffers. In Java Nio, channels are used for the input-output transfers and this tutorial explains how the Java Nio Channels are used to open the network connections and connections to the files.                 1. Introduction Java Nio was developed to allow the ...

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Java Nio SocketChannel Example

SocketChannel is a selectable channel belonging to the java.nio.channels package and is used for reading or writing the stream-oriented data. In this tutorial, we learn how to use the SocketChannel and how it is used for reading or writing the stream-oriented data by using the TCP based protocol.               1. Introduction Java Nio was ...

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Java Nio Download File From Url Example

Java NIO (i.e. new I/O) is an interesting file input-output mechanism introduced in Java 5 and provides the different way of working with the input-output operations than the standard input-output API’s. Java NIO supports a buffer-oriented, channel-based approach for the I/O operations and with the introduction of Java 7, the NIO system has expanded thereby providing the enhanced support for ...

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Java Nio Create Directory Example

Java NIO (i.e. new I/O) is an interesting file input-output mechanism introduced in Java 5 and provides the different way of working with the input-output operations than the standard input-output API’s. Java NIO supports a buffer-oriented, channel-based approach for the I/O operations and with the introduction of Java 7, the NIO system has expanded thereby providing the enhanced support for ...

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HashMap changes in Java 8

The way java.util.HashMap entries are indexed and stored has changed in the Java 8 update. Hash elements use balanced trees instead of linked lists under certain circumstances now. All these is what this article is about. The main idea is that when the number of items in a hash is larger than a certain value, the hash will change from ...

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