Copy a file with read(byte[] data) and write(byte[] data) : FileInputStream « File « Java Tutorial


public class Main {

  public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {

    FileInputStream fin = null;
    FileOutputStream fout = null;

    File file = new File("C:/myfile1.txt");

    fin = new FileInputStream(file);
    fout = new FileOutputStream("C:/myfile2.txt");

    byte[] buffer = new byte[1024];
    int bytesRead;
    while ((bytesRead = > 0) {
      fout.write(buffer, 0, bytesRead);

11.8.2.Create FileInputStream and read, display data
11.8.3.Getting FileChannel from FileInputStream
11.8.4.Creating File Input Streams from file name
11.8.5.Creating FileInputStream from File object
11.8.6.Using a FileDescriptor from getFD() and creating a FileInputStream from FileDescriptor
11.8.7.Constructing FileInputStream to read from a Text File
11.8.8.Skip n bytes while reading the file using FileInputStream
11.8.9.Copy a file with read(byte[] data) and write(byte[] data)
11.8.10.Reading a Binary File
11.8.11.Reading Mixed Data from a File
11.8.12.Read one byte from a file
11.8.13.Read file character by character
11.8.14.Reading a File into a Byte Array: reads the entire contents of a file into a byte array
11.8.15.Read bytes and display their hexadecimal values.
11.8.16.Reading UTF-8 Encoded Data
11.8.17.Reading into a Large Buffer through FileChannel
11.8.18.Display file contents in hexadecimal