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HTTPResponse into a File

 
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How do I read HTTP response object and write it to a file? It is easier to write a text file, I wanted the program to be able to read the response and create an appropriate file depending on the content, if its jpg it should save a jpg, if its PDF it should save as PDF and so on.

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1) Check the content type to determine the type of file.
2) Copy the contents directly using InputStream and FileOutputStream.
 
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