Wrap a char array to a CharBuffer : CharBuffer « File « Java Tutorial

import java.nio.CharBuffer;

public class MainClass {
  public static void main(String[] argv) throws Exception {
    CharBuffer buffer = CharBuffer.allocate(8);
    CharBuffer sliceBuffer = buffer.slice();


    char[] myBuffer = new char[100];
    CharBuffer cb = CharBuffer.wrap(myBuffer);


    CharBuffer sliced = cb.slice();


  private static void println(CharBuffer cb) {
    System.out.println("pos=" + cb.position() + ", limit=" + cb.limit() + ", capacity="
        + cb.capacity() + ", arrayOffset=" + cb.arrayOffset());
pos=3, limit=5, capacity=8, arrayOffset=0
pos=0, limit=2, capacity=2, arrayOffset=3
pos=12, limit=21, capacity=100, arrayOffset=0
pos=0, limit=9, capacity=9, arrayOffset=12

11.43.1.Buffer Equality
11.43.2.Use CharBuffer
11.43.3.Convert ByteBuffer to a CharBuffer
11.43.4.Use while loop to read a CharBuffer
11.43.5.Save and read text using FileChannel with CharBuffer
11.43.6.Test the effects of buffer flipping
11.43.7.Test buffer duplication
11.43.8.Create a CharBuffer and put in some string
11.43.9.Buffer slice
11.43.10.Wrap a char array to a CharBuffer
11.43.11.Flip a CharBuffer
11.43.12.Get array out of CharBuffer
11.43.13.Convert ByteBuffer to CharBuffer
11.43.14.Fill String to CharBuffer
11.43.15.CharBuffer warps a ByteBuffer