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how to copy files at runtime  RSS feed

 
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hi,
i've to copy all the files in one directory to some other dir.
I can copy the files if and only if i know the filename and its extension.I may know the dir exactly but not the files inside and these files are with different extension.This program will have to work in java1.3,1.4 & 1.5 also.Pls help me to get it rite way.
 
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Hello.

Try looking up file.list() on the API.
 
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Thanks Ben Cramphorn.

I can do it with the following code:
 
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No worries.
 
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If you are targetting 1.4 or higher, you may want to consider using java.nio and obtain performance benefits (I cannot prove this - hearsay).
 
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