Object-Oriented Programming, 10th Seminar

dat1/inf1, Autumn 2002

Location

A4-108

Time

November 5, 10.15-12.00

Subject

In this seminar we look at input and output from Java programs. This is covered by what is collectively called the Java I/O System. This system provide an abstraction on all aspects of I/O, e.g., memory, files, directories, network. The Java I/O System is rather complicated because it needs to take a lot of possible configurations into consideration, e.g., character, binary, buffered, unbuffered, line-oriented, etc.

Readings

Chapter 11 in the book "The Java I/O System". Please read pp. 573-605 carefully, here an overview is provided. You may skip the section “Compression” pp 606-613. Take a look at the first parts of Section “Object Serialization” pp 613-639. You may skip the Section “Tokenizing Input” pp. 639-655.

Exercise

Exercise 10

Slides

handouts

Links

Best regards,
KristianTorp