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Input & Output Basics - Questions and Answers


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1. Which of these is a type of stream in Ja

Answer: Option C

 Java defines only two types of streams – Byte stream and character stream

2.  Which of these is used to perform all input & output operations in Java?

Answer: Option A

Like in any other language, streams are used for input and output operations.

3. Which of these classes are used by Byte streams for input and output operation?

Answer: Option A

 Byte stream uses InputStream and OutputStream classes for input and output operation.

4.  Which of these class is used to read from byte array?

Answer: Option D


5. What does AWT stands for?

Answer: Option C

AWT stands for Abstract Window Toolkit, it is used by applets to interact with the user.

6. Which of these classes are used by character streams for input and output operations?

Answer: Option B

 Character streams uses Writer and Reader classes for input & output operations.

      File f = new File("a.txt");
}catch(Exception e){
}catch(IOException io){

Is this code create new file name a.txt ? 

Answer: Option C


IOException is unreachable to compiler because all exception are going to catch up by Exception block.