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java code to encrypt a file

 
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dear friend ,

i have written a code for encrypting a file .....but it is leading could anyone please help me out ...

 
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What does "it is leading" mean? Also, the code looks as if it wouldn't even compile.
 
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hi i have written a code for encryption of file keystore.ks

but it is showing an error at this point


AT THIS LINE ERROR IS COMING
cis = new CipherInputStream(fis,encrypt);

ERROR : fis variable might not have been initalized .
bUT i have initialized it in the program as
FileInputStream fis

could anyone please help me out in resolving this error please

 
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Remove the try/catch handler around the "fis = new FileInputStream(args[0])" statement. Why do you have that statement twice, by the way?
 
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