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Transferring info from FileInputStream to ByteArrayOutputStream

Hi,

can anyone tell me how can I read a file from the file system, and transfer it into a ByteArrayOutputStream object?

Thanks!
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sciuriware

8/22/2022 - Mon
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CEHJ

>>while((i = f.read(bb)) > 0)

should be

while((i = f.read(bb)) >= 0)
sciuriware

CEHJ, if i == 0, then write 0 bytes and go on?

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CEHJ

EOF is signified by -1 and nothing else
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sciuriware

And what will you do with a return of 0?

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CEHJ

Write it ;-)
CEHJ

(Otherwise your stream copy is going to be truncated before the first 0x00 that's encountered)
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sciuriware

CEHJ, read it again carefully: I'm processing arrays NOT bytes.

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CEHJ

>>I'm processing arrays NOT bytes.

It's still preferable to check EOF IMHO, then the same idiom can be used in either case
sciuriware

So, my code was right and you prefer yours; not to confuse the questioner.

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CEHJ

OK -
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