New Bie to Java I/O

Hai ,

i am quite new to this Java I/O technology .

I have a socket connection to a server and i now need to send some commands following some protocol rules to the server .

i also have to receive the datas from the server.

the commands i send has some strings ,integers and bytes and finally the checksum of the datas.

is it possible for me to send all the datatypes i need to send .

I get a response from the server if i send the commands correctly .

is it possible for me to write all the datatypes to a output stream of the server

if so what are the possibilites!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

please help me out of this solution.

With regards,
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>>s it possible for me to write all the datatypes to a output stream of the server

Yes, use a DataOutputStream.

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