Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 09, 2015

A stream is a sequence of bytes. A byte is 8 bits. The Stream class and its subclasses provide a generic view of data sources and repositories, isolating the programmer from the specific details of the operating system and underlying devices. Streams involve the following three operations:


  1. Streams can be read from. Reading is the transfer of data from a stream into a data structure, such as an array of bytes.
  2. Streams can be written to. Writing is the transfer of data from a data structure into a stream.
  3. Streams can support seeking. Seeking is the query and modifying of the current position within a stream.



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