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    Default java equivalent of the following c# code

    How would I do the following in Java?

    sw.Write(Convert.ToInt16(100));

    I've tried:
    sw.writeShort(100);

    But it seems to order the bits wrong.

    Thanks,
    Scott


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    Default Re: java equivalent of the following c# code

    I am guessing you are using the StreamWriter class in C#, what class have you chosen to use in your Java code?

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    Default Re: java equivalent of the following c# code

    Quote Originally Posted by KucerakJM View Post
    I am guessing you are using the StreamWriter class in C#, what class have you chosen to use in your Java code?
    Actually I got it work.

    sw.writeShort(Short.reverseBytes( (

    short ) 100)); //id

    Thanks!

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