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Java API to encrypt files

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Hello,
I am required to encrypt some files (text files) using a third party PGP key.

I am new to java and tried finding some code which could make some sense to me, but I wasn't successful.

I would appreciate any help on finding some example codes to achive this, using Java API or Bouncy Castle or anything.
I have tried looking at cryptix and bouncy castle, the example code wasn't of too much help to me

Thanks
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http://www.geocities.com/slimpgp/

though cryptix comes with a great set of examples

let me know if u have any questioins
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Thanks for the help everyone
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