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Write a line in a new line

  Asked By: James    Date: Sep 02    Category: Java    Views: 1332
  

I'm trying to read and write from a text file by using BufferReader
and BufferWriter. When it writing by write method, it writes without
passing line, I mean all the text file in the same line.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Lurline Fischer     Answered On: Sep 02

Well thats simple, just add the string "\n" at the end of ur string. But there
are also methods just like print and println, but i dont remember the name, you
just browse the api and use them...

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Alfonsine Miller     Answered On: Sep 02

Yes, the BufferedWriter would write  in the same line  unless and until you insert
a separate line by the newLine() method

Example:
tempWriter.write("This is a sample line");
tempWriter.newLine();
tempWriter.flush();

Notes:
- use flush() method  if you want to force the writer to insert line immediately.
- You can also use "\n" in the write method to insert line, but DON'T do this.
This is not platform independent.

 
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