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How can you save gif images in Java?
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what is your target Java version ?
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What do you understand by saving ?

If you are refering to file transfer, is just a normal operation to read from a stream (the source gif file) and write to another one - the destination file. The normal case of downloading a gif from web and save'it locally.

If you want to encode information as a gif file you should use a encoder. The one posted above by bobbit31 is a good one. You need to know anyway that gif format is pattent protected for encoding.
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