Java - DataOutputStream

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The DataOutputStream stream let you write the primitives to an output source.

Following is the constructor to create a DataOutputStream.

DataOutputStream out = DataOutputStream(OutputStream  out);

Once you have DataOutputStream object in hand, then there is a list of helper methods, which can be used to write the stream or to do other operations on the stream.

SNMethods with Description
1public final void write(byte[] w, int off, int len)throws IOException
Writes len bytes from the specified byte array starting at point off , to the underlying stream.
2Public final int write(byte [] b)throws IOException
Writes the current number of bytes written to this data output stream. Returns the total number of bytes write into the buffer.
3 (a) public final void writeBooolean()throws IOException,
(b) public final void writeByte()throws IOException,
(c) public final void writeShort()throws IOException
(d) public final void writeInt()throws IOException

These methods will write the specific primitive type data into the output stream as bytes.
4Public void flush()throws IOException
Flushes the data output stream.
5public final void writeBytes(String s) throws IOException
Writes out the string to the underlying output stream as a sequence of bytes. Each character in the string is written out, in sequence, by discarding its high eight bits.

Example:

Following is the example to demonstrate DataInputStream and DataInputStream. This example reads 5 lines given in a file test.txt and converts those lines into capital letters and finally copies them into another file test1.txt.

import java.io.*;

public class Test{
   public static void main(String args[])throws IOException{

      DataInputStream d = new DataInputStream(new 
                                 FileInputStream("test.txt"));

      DataOutputStream out = new DataOutputStream(new 
                                 FileOutputStream("test1.txt"));

      String count;
      while((count = d.readLine()) != null){
          String u = count.toUpperCase();
          System.out.println(u);
          out.writeBytes(u + "  ,");
      }
      d.close();
      out.close();
   }
}

Here is the sample run of the above program:

THIS IS TEST 1  ,
THIS IS TEST 2  ,
THIS IS TEST 3  ,
THIS IS TEST 4  ,
THIS IS TEST 5  ,



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