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November 21, 2009 at 10:47 AM


Hi Friend,

Streams are the convenient metaphor for reading and writing data regardless of whether that data comes from a file, a network connection, the console, another thread, or some other source. Furthermore streams can be filtered to perform encryption, serialization, compression, translation, and other services. Java's input and output (I/O) is based on streams.

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