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Hello everyone, maybe someone can give me an idea how to do this nicely. I have to go to a directory on the net somewhere and copy files from there to my local directory.
For example I need to go to http://131.223.22.45/dir/
and copy (character) files from there to my local directory.
I will probably come up with a solution but if You have some nice resources beside the ones found on java.sun.com, please let me know.
Vladan
 
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I couldn't go to your link. What resource from SUN are you talking about?
 
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Hi Peter, I appreciate Your interest. That wasn't working link. I just need to go into a directory of particular site and copy files from there onto my computer.
I basically need to chain input and outpout streams and thought someone can provide me with example. I think Carl Trusiak posted nice one some time ago but I can't find it.
Anyway I will give it a try and if someone has any suggestions, I appreciate such.
thanks
Vladan
 
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