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Thread: File structure

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    Default File structure

    import java.io.*;
    import java.util.Scanner;

    public class AdvExerProg1 {
    static String studentList[];
    static int studCount;
    static Scanner s = new Scanner(System.in);
    public static void main(String args[])throws IOException{
    char ops ='N';
    char save='Y';
    String File="student.txt";
    String Lastname,Firstname,Record= "";
    String Rec =":";
    boolean quit =false;
    boolean done = false;
    int record=0;

    FileWriter txtFile =new FileWriter(File,true);
    BufferedWriter studFile = new BufferedWriter(txtFile);
    studentList = new String[5];
    studCount = 0;

    studentList = new String[5];
    studCount = 0;
    do{
    record ++;
    Record =Rec+record;
    System.out.print("Record"+Record+"\n");
    System.out.println("---------------------------------------");
    System.out.print("Enter Student FirstName:");
    Firstname=s.next();
    System.out.print("Enter Students Lastname:");
    Lastname=s.next();

    Record = Lastname +", "+Firstname;
    studentList[studCount]=Record;
    studFile.write(Record);
    studFile.newLine();
    studCount ++;

    z

    if(ops==confirmYesNo("Another Student?"))
    done =true;

    }while (!done);

    if(studCount!=0){
    System.out.print("--------List of "+studCount+"Students---------\n");
    for(int n=0;n<studCount;n++){
    System.out.println(studentList[n]);
    }
    }
    System.out.print("Press any key to continue:");
    ReadChar();
    System.out.print("bye bye !!!!");
    System.exit(0);
    }

    public static char ReadChar(){
    String data;
    char chr;

    data=s.next();
    data=data.toUpperCase();
    data=data.trim();
    chr=data.charAt(0);

    return chr;
    }



    public static char confirmYesNo(String msg){
    char opt='n';
    do{

    System.out.print("\n"+msg+"[Y/N]->");
    opt = ReadChar();

    }while(opt!= 'Y' && opt !='N');
    return opt;
    }

    }


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    Default Re: File structure

    Did you have a question?

    Please edit your post and wrap your code with code tags:
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    [/code]
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