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Thread: Moving files between two folders

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    Default Moving files between two folders

    I want to make a programm which movies files( .xml, .txt ) from one folder and dumps it into another. I googled it but not could not find it. This is my first task been assigned in office for my first job. Would be really glad if get some ideas on how to do it. I have basic knowlege of programming.


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    Default Re: Moving files between two folders

    See the API for File, it has several methods that will help you (in particular, renameTo)
    http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs...a/io/File.html

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    Default Re: Moving files between two folders

    This is an interesting link that may help you: How to move file to another directory in Java

    Feel free to ask any questions you may have about what the link explains, and remember not to test the solution(s) on files without backing them up first (just in case).
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