From: Sebastian Redl (sebastian.redl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-17 13:20:53
Cédric Venet wrote:
> Seems iteresting.
Thank you, and thank you for the comments.
> There is a small problem on this line (main page):
> Noteworthy readers/writers are StringReader/Writer, *for in-memory I/O*, and
> InputStreamReader and OutputStreamWriter, which wrap binary streams and do
> on-the-fly character conversion.
> The for in-memory I/O seems to be a copy paste error.
Not really. StringReader is passed a java.lang.String at construction
and offers the text therein as the data to be read. StringWriter
accumulates everything written to it in a StringBuffer (StringBuilder in
1.5? No idea.), so that the accumulated string can then be accessed.
> Others than this, I don't have much to says. Just a word on formatting: we
> need a better way than iostream for specifying formatting option. When I
> need to print number, I often go back to printf. The actual system is to
> Regards, // I am supposed to put this on the bottom of a mail?
> // seems like some do other put Best regards (and others nothings)
> // I suppose it is the equivalent of 'Cordialement' in French
My French is extremely limited, but yes, it seems to be something like that.
Of course, I rarely close my mails to mailing lists in this way.
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