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Any solutions?

Posted by Tobi on November 24, 2001 at 7:57 AM


I have the same problem! And it is quite urgent! I need to read data from
a while and read it back!

Please help me!


> > hello, i'm writing a program that takes Multiple textfields
> > and save them in a file. i make each textfield a String object
> > and write each object into a file.i'm also able to each the text
> > fields as objects back to each respective fields.
> > my problem is how to make the file like a database where i can
> > append each new record into the file rather than saving each record
> > into a new file.
> > do i have to create a randomaccessfile and save my textfields as
> > an array of objects???
> > is there a simpler way of doing this???
> > thanks!!!!

> Consider using java.util.Properties to construct a Properties object
> that encapsulates key/value pairs. You can load and save it to a file.
> The Java Tutorial, trail: Essential java classes, lesson: Setting
> program attributes deals with that.
> Hope it helps.


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