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Thread: Writing to specific memory space

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    Default Writing to specific memory space

    I am trying to write a specific byte sequence to a specific memory location on a removable storage drive. Does Java allow me a way to do this? I know the dangers in accessing memory, but the memory location of the data that will be written will never change.

    I am new to Java and can not seem to get footing on how to assign a variable a memory location. If you can point me in the right direction that would help.


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    Default Re: Writing to specific memory space

    No, Java does not provide the ability to do what you describe.

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    Another interesting question is, why would you want to access memory like this?

    Maybe another approach would be better and allow you to use Java.

    Rolf

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