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File handling have three categories.
1. Reader and Writer (characters only)
2.RandomAccessFile
3.Stream ex: DataInputStream,FileInputStream...
Above statements are my notes,please correct me if I am wrong.
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hi,
You have mainly -
1) File class
2) Byte Streams (InputStreams and OutputStreams)
3) Streams for Primitives (DataInputStreams and DataInputStreams)
4) Character Streams ( Readers and Writes)
5) Random Access for Files.
6) remember Buffered Streams also.
 
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Can we say...
1. Low level streams..
FileI/O Streams
I/O Streams (Byte)
2. Higher level streams (uses low level streams)
Filer I/O streams
Data/Byte/Buffer
3. RandomAccessFile
4. (1&2 all over again for characters as Reader/Writer)
HTH
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