Posts Tagged: i/o

Common mistake when dealing with Reader in Java

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I’ve encountered this one a few times and came across again recently and thought it relevant to deserve its own post, so here it is. If you have done any I/O in Java you likely came across the Reader class, unlike the InputStream class(es) which deal with bytes, the Reader makes the transition into reading […]

Using the Netflix Genie Client in Java

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Ok, so if you haven’t been watching my activity on GitHub you might have missed this, and as such I feel it deserves a full on blog post. Recently, having joined Netflix, I started using some of their libraries, as to be expected. One of the things that I used pretty much from day one […]

System Console Support — JDK 1.6

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I’m sure some of you have found the need occasionally to use the “console” input/output support provided by the JDK via and System.out — if nothing else just to implement an occasional more complicated command-line “scripty” app to be run in a Linux environment and piped input in or out from/to another program. The […]