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Thread: How to create file in Logically(RAM) using java code?

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    Smile How to create file in Logically(RAM) using java code?

    Hi Team,
    How to create file in Logically(RAM) using java code?

    plz any one can help me...

    Thanks,
    sekhar


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    File f = new File("text.txt");

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