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The DataOutputStream stream allows you to write primitive data into the source code.
- The following is a constructor for creating a DataOutputStream:
If you use the DataOutputStream object, then you have on hand ancillary methods that you can use to write the stream or perform other operations on the stream.
|No.||Method and Description|
|1|| public final void write (byte  w, int off, int len) throws IOException |
Write len bytes from the specified byte array, starting from off, to the main stream.
|2|| public final int write (byte  b) throws IOException |
Record the current number of bytes written to this output data stream (DataOutputStream).
|3|| (1) public final void writeBooolean () throws IOException |
(2) public final void writeByte () throws IOException
(3) public final void writeShort () throws IOException
(4) public final void writeInt () throws IOException
These methods will write data of a certain primitive type to the output stream as bytes.
|4|| Public void flush () throws IOException |
Resets the output stream.
|5|| public final void writeBytes (String s) throws IOException |
Writes a string to the main output stream as a sequence of bytes. Each character in the line is written eight bits.
Below is an example of demonstrating DataInputStream and DataOutputStream. This example writes and reads from the specified file test.txt.