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FileNameFilter & FileFilter

 
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Hi,
I can't understand both of these interfaces.Another thing is that both have accept() method taking different arguments.Why SUN has not included both methods in one interface.
Plz. Explain it.
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I'm moving this to Streams & IO since FileFilter and FilenameFilter belong to the java.io API
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Valentin Crettaz
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Hi,
the difference between FileFilter and FilenameFilter is that
using a FileFilter you can decide to show/hide files and
directories.
Using a FilenameFilter you can decide showing file with specific
suffixes, such as .txt, .gif etc
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