I have a java app which takes a file from directory a, manipulates it, and copies the finished file to directory b. Works nicely, too - unless the file already exists. In that event the contents of the destination file are doubled up - an append, if you like.
Is there a java way of saying "if destination file already exists, do nothing; else do some code"
I enclose copies of my java code filesplitter.txt (yes I am a novice!), the source file (added 's' at end of number) and the destination file ('d'). If I run the code then the size of destination file will double - I need it only once.