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How do I copy the contents of a folder to another?
I am using oreilly.
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I already got the solution from http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/essential/io/filestreams.html

But was thinking isn't there suppose to be an existing function?
I mean it should be a common thingie rite?
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I dont think there's any common thing. You can use the first link, it shows how to copy all the files from a directory to another.
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but why just C !? there isn't any other solution and the link i gave is a direct solution.
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