Adding new objects to Vector

public static void main(String [] args)
// The empty vector that will be used to store accounts
Vector accountVector = new Vector();

// New class methods
// public is missing so that it can remain in this file.
class inOut
      private static String line;
      private static String txtFileIn = "account.txt";
      static BufferedReader a = null;
      static StringTokenizer theStrings;
      static boolean done = false;

      public static void readInAccounts(Vector accountVector)
            // reads text file for input
                  FileInputStream b = new FileInputStream(txtFileIn);
                  a = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(b));

            // exceptions omitted
                line = a.readLine()

Will this line of thought add the current line being read in a file as an object in a vector?

If not how should I be thinking?
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yes, it will read the first line of the file
use a loop if you'd like to read more

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