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How can I do smth like......try to open a file, and if the file does not exist, create one with the following line:

admin:admin

?

Apparently, I can only try to open the file but it reports exception if the file doesnt exist.
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Question by:jtcy
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File  createFile(String str)
{
           File file=new File(str);
            if(file.exists() )
           {
                      return file;
             }
            else
           {
                      FileOutputStream fout=new FileOutputStream(file);
                      fout.write("admin:admin".getBytes());
                       fout.close();
                       return new File(str);
            }
           
}
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you can call like this

createFile("admin.txt");


if admin.txt dows not exists it creates and dumps "admin:admin" into the file
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