Mined Opinions For API: java.io

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  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.. details
  • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D.. details
  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.. details
  • Doing this way, I could GZIP the bytes also, it will still binary, is that a good practice?. details
  • URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/io/OutputStream.html#write%28byte%5b%5d%29 [CODETERM9] on the return value of URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/String.html [CODETERM10] .. details
  • I chose this _binary_ approach over JSON because even though you _could_ transmit the CODETERM18 with JSON almost as efficiently as in binary, it would defeat the very purpose of JSON: being human-readable.. details
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blob/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/a ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blo b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java] ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .. details
  • Also, it looks like the constructor he's using is fine, if it really is UTF-8.. details
  • It seems to work... but since I'm new to Java, I'm not sure that's the proper way to do it.What do you think?Thanks again!. details
  • If J2ME has java.io.IOException; java.io.Writer; java.lang.reflect.Field; java.lang.reflect.Modifier; java.lang.reflect.Method; java.util.Collection; java.util.HashMap; java.util.Iterator; java.util.Map; java.util.TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes.. details
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.. details
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.. details
  • The exotic versions of java.io and javax.servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams.. details
  • If you have multiple contexts where you use the same field, and you want it serialized in one (JSON, for example), and not serialized in another (java.io, for example) then you should create a custom serializer for the case where you don't want it, rather than abuse the keyword.. details
  • I suspected that too, but the only missing characters are apparently ]}.. details
  • Rather than converting from your CODETERM1 to bytes to a CODETERM2 , see if you can use an URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/io/InputStreamReader.html [CODETERM3] to handle all that tricky stuff for you.. details
  • Rather than converting from your CODETERM1 to bytes to a CODETERM2 , see if you can use an URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/io/InputStreamReader.html [CODETERM3] to handle all that tricky stuff for you.. details
  • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening.. details
  • I am trying to convert a dict of dict to json in order to read it with java (jsonLib java).The problem here is that I have a big Json file (130 mb) and it seems that all the date is in only one line!so I have a java out of memory exception when I try to read the file ( I read it with BufferedReader from java.io) here is the code for dumping the json file: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
Summaries the opinions about java.io using topic modeling.
  • 0. util byte lang binary reflect jackson accmeter gson simple samplereader: 9
    • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D.. details
    • Doing this way, I could GZIP the bytes also, it will still binary, is that a good practice?. details
    • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.. details
    • write(byte[]) on the return value of String .. details
    • I chose this _binary_ approach over JSON because even though you _could_ transmit the byte[] with JSON almost as efficiently as in binary, it would defeat the very purpose of JSON: being human-readable.. details
    • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .. details
    • Also, it looks like the constructor he's using is fine, if it really is UTF-8.. details
    • It seems to work... but since I'm new to Java, I'm not sure that's the proper way to do it.What do you think?Thanks again!. details
    • If J2ME has java.io.IOException; java.io.Writer; java.lang.reflect.Field; java.lang.reflect.Modifier; java.lang.reflect.Method; java.util.Collection; java.util.HashMap; java.util.Iterator; java.util.Map; java.util.TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes.. details
  • 0. read dict serialize jsonstring stuff missing byte serializer exception bufferedreader: 7
    • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.. details
    • The exotic versions of java.io and javax.servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams.. details
    • If you have multiple contexts where you use the same field, and you want it serialized in one (JSON, for example), and not serialized in another (java.io, for example) then you should create a custom serializer for the case where you don't want it, rather than abuse the keyword.. details
    • I suspected that too, but the only missing characters are apparently ]}.. details
    • Rather than converting from your jsonString to bytes to a jsonString , see if you can use an ]} to handle all that tricky stuff for you.. details
    • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening.. details
    • I am trying to convert a dict of dict to json in order to read it with java (jsonLib java).The problem here is that I have a big Json file (130 mb) and it seems that all the date is in only one line!so I have a java out of memory exception when I try to read the file ( I read it with BufferedReader from java.io) here is the code for dumping the json file: CODESNIPPET .. details
Summaries of the opinions about java.io using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D .
  • Doing this way, I could GZIP the bytes also, it will still binary, is that a good practice?.
  • I chose this binary approach over JSON because even though you could transmit the byte[] with JSON almost as efficiently as in binary, it would defeat the very purpose of JSON: being human readable .
  • write(byte[]) on the return value of String .
  • If J2ME has java io IOException; java io Writer; java lang reflect Field; java lang reflect Modifier; java lang reflect Method; java util Collection; java util HashMap; java util Iterator; java util Map; java util TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes .
  • It seems to work but since I'm new to Java, I'm not sure that's the proper way to do it What do you think?Thanks again!.
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid accmeter file SampleReader java b master src main java de pribluda android accmeter file SampleReader java ( just provide java io Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line .
  • Also, it looks like the constructor he's using is fine, if it really is UTF 8 .
  • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D .
  • Doing this way, I could GZIP the bytes also, it will still binary, is that a good practice?.
  • I chose this binary approach over JSON because even though you could transmit the byte[] with JSON almost as efficiently as in binary, it would defeat the very purpose of JSON: being human readable .
  • write(byte[]) on the return value of String .
  • If J2ME has java io IOException; java io Writer; java lang reflect Field; java lang reflect Modifier; java lang reflect Method; java util Collection; java util HashMap; java util Iterator; java util Map; java util TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes .
  • It seems to work but since I'm new to Java, I'm not sure that's the proper way to do it What do you think?Thanks again!.
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid accmeter file SampleReader java b master src main java de pribluda android accmeter file SampleReader java ( just provide java io Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line .
  • Also, it looks like the constructor he's using is fine, if it really is UTF 8 .
  • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D .
  • Doing this way, I could GZIP the bytes also, it will still binary, is that a good practice?.
  • I chose this binary approach over JSON because even though you could transmit the byte[] with JSON almost as efficiently as in binary, it would defeat the very purpose of JSON: being human readable .
  • write(byte[]) on the return value of String .
  • If J2ME has java io IOException; java io Writer; java lang reflect Field; java lang reflect Modifier; java lang reflect Method; java util Collection; java util HashMap; java util Iterator; java util Map; java util TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes .
  • It seems to work but since I'm new to Java, I'm not sure that's the proper way to do it What do you think?Thanks again!.
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid accmeter file SampleReader java b master src main java de pribluda android accmeter file SampleReader java ( just provide java io Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line .
  • Also, it looks like the constructor he's using is fine, if it really is UTF 8 .
  • The exotic versions of java io and javax servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams .
  • If you have multiple contexts where you use the same field, and you want it serialized in one (JSON, for example), and not serialized in another (java io, for example) then you should create a custom serializer for the case where you don't want it, rather than abuse the keyword .
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream" i don't know what i should replace with .
  • I am trying to convert a dict of dict to json in order to read it with java (jsonLib java) The problem here is that I have a big Json file (130 mb) and it seems that all the date is in only one line!so I have a java out of memory exception when I try to read the file ( I read it with BufferedReader from java io) here is the code for dumping the json file: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening .
  • Rather than converting from your jsonString to bytes to a jsonString , see if you can use an ]} to handle all that tricky stuff for you .
  • I suspected that too, but the only missing characters are apparently ]} .
  • The exotic versions of java io and javax servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams .
  • If you have multiple contexts where you use the same field, and you want it serialized in one (JSON, for example), and not serialized in another (java io, for example) then you should create a custom serializer for the case where you don't want it, rather than abuse the keyword .
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream" i don't know what i should replace with .
  • I am trying to convert a dict of dict to json in order to read it with java (jsonLib java) The problem here is that I have a big Json file (130 mb) and it seems that all the date is in only one line!so I have a java out of memory exception when I try to read the file ( I read it with BufferedReader from java io) here is the code for dumping the json file: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening .
  • Rather than converting from your jsonString to bytes to a jsonString , see if you can use an ]} to handle all that tricky stuff for you .
  • I suspected that too, but the only missing characters are apparently ]} .
  • The exotic versions of java io and javax servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams .
  • If you have multiple contexts where you use the same field, and you want it serialized in one (JSON, for example), and not serialized in another (java io, for example) then you should create a custom serializer for the case where you don't want it, rather than abuse the keyword .
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream" i don't know what i should replace with .
  • I am trying to convert a dict of dict to json in order to read it with java (jsonLib java) The problem here is that I have a big Json file (130 mb) and it seems that all the date is in only one line!so I have a java out of memory exception when I try to read the file ( I read it with BufferedReader from java io) here is the code for dumping the json file: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening .
  • Rather than converting from your jsonString to bytes to a jsonString , see if you can use an ]} to handle all that tricky stuff for you .
  • I suspected that too, but the only missing characters are apparently ]} .
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Features:
  • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D.
  • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening.
Documentation:
  • URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/io/OutputStream.html#write%28byte%5b%5d%29 [CODETERM9] on the return value of URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/String.html [CODETERM10] .
  • Rather than converting from your CODETERM1 to bytes to a CODETERM2 , see if you can use an URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/io/InputStreamReader.html [CODETERM3] to handle all that tricky stuff for you.
Onlysentiment:
  • N/A
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.
Performance:
  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • N/A
  • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.
Usability:
  • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.
  • The exotic versions of java.io and javax.servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams.
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/io/OutputStream.html#write%28byte%5b%5d%29 [CODETERM9] on the return value of URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/String.html [CODETERM10] .. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Glad you posted since I forgot to post my solution after I solved the problem :D.. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • Obviously it depends on the average line size of the output, but that could very well be fewer batches than one per line.. details
      • Doing this way, I could GZIP the bytes also, it will still binary, is that a good practice?. details
      • I chose this _binary_ approach over JSON because even though you _could_ transmit the CODETERM18 with JSON almost as efficiently as in binary, it would defeat the very purpose of JSON: being human-readable.. details
      • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blob/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/a ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blo b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java] ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .. details
      • Also, it looks like the constructor he's using is fine, if it really is UTF-8.. details
      • It seems to work... but since I'm new to Java, I'm not sure that's the proper way to do it.What do you think?Thanks again!. details
      • If J2ME has java.io.IOException; java.io.Writer; java.lang.reflect.Field; java.lang.reflect.Modifier; java.lang.reflect.Method; java.util.Collection; java.util.HashMap; java.util.Iterator; java.util.Map; java.util.TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Rather than converting from your CODETERM1 to bytes to a CODETERM2 , see if you can use an URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/io/InputStreamReader.html [CODETERM3] to handle all that tricky stuff for you.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Sorry, your example is not very enlightening.. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.. details
  • Usability: 5
    1. general: 5
      • The exotic versions of java.io and javax.servlet packages that I use include few methods that make data just pop into memory as Strings, and this forces me to work with streams.. details
      • If you have multiple contexts where you use the same field, and you want it serialized in one (JSON, for example), and not serialized in another (java.io, for example) then you should create a custom serializer for the case where you don't want it, rather than abuse the keyword.. details
      • I suspected that too, but the only missing characters are apparently ]}.. details
      • Rather than converting from your CODETERM1 to bytes to a CODETERM2 , see if you can use an URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/io/InputStreamReader.html [CODETERM3] to handle all that tricky stuff for you.. details
      • I am trying to convert a dict of dict to json in order to read it with java (jsonLib java).The problem here is that I have a big Json file (130 mb) and it seems that all the date is in only one line!so I have a java out of memory exception when I try to read the file ( I read it with BufferedReader from java.io) here is the code for dumping the json file: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details