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Thread: make dir using mkdir() in java io

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    Default make dir using mkdir() in java io


    any body help me...

    i had create my root folder using mkdir() in java io packege

    But i need to create another system in local area system .. how to create that

    please help me........

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    Default Re: make dir using mkdir() in java io

    What do you mean another system?
    Please post what you have tried so far, and clearly state your problem with an example if possible.

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