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How to add characters to EOF?

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If I have a file named book.java

and it contains:

book1
book2

now I want to add book3 to make it:

book1
book2
book3

how do I do that? How do I seek to the EOF?



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PrintWriter out = new PrintWriter(new FileWriter("book.java", true));
out.println("book3");
out.close();
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Is the usage of out.println("book3"); same as system.out.println?

Can I use:

out.println( variable + " added ");

Thanks!
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