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    Default I/O Streams practice

    I really want to get to grips with the various kinds of I/O Streams, other than creating and editing files, what else can I do and does anyone know of any good resources that helped them?
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    Default Re: I/O Streams practice

    Best general resource on the planet is the internet and any decent search engine, pick one. Learn to use this resource well.
    Sometimes this can answer your question without any further involvement.
    Other times this opens your eyes to other sources more specific to your topic.
    What a great tool.

    The Java Tutorials & The Java API There is no place like home...
    Check the tutorials aimed at I/O, complete with working examples.

    (Not to toot anyone's horn, but) This forum proves an excellent resource with many members helping answer questions. Plus the speed of reply here is not to be ignored.

    Projects.
    DO something. Make an internet chat client and server pair that supports multimedia. Live video, fileshare, any other feature that sounds fun. That should involve multiple I/O.
    Or what ever project sounds more fun to you. <- note that this is a very important feature of a project. Something that naturally catches your interest is best.

    Good luck in your journey

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    Default Re: I/O Streams practice

    Thank you for your advice, I'm holding this off until I've learnt about networking. Will do so after learnt about threads and collections.

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    Default Re: I/O Streams practice

    I've learnt how to make a client and server talk to each other now going to try your live video suggestion.

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    Very nice

    Good luck with the videos

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