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Old August 2nd, 2006, 06:37 AM
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Hi,

i was wondering if someone could help me. i want to be able to print some properties of a file i.e. the date it was created and accessed. can anyone help me. i have tried looking for the methods but can't find them.

thanks in advanced

scoobie

here is the code i'm using. this code returns a list of files and their sizes in a particular directory:

Code:
DirectoryDialog dialog = new DirectoryDialog(shell);
dialog.setText("Browse For Folder");
dialog.setFilterPath("c:\\"); // Windows specific

File dir = new File("directoryName");
File files[] = dir.listFiles();
String res = dialog.open();

File path = new File(res);
files = path.listFiles();
System.out.println("PATH is: " + path + "\n\n");

int i;
int count = 1;
for(i = 0; i < files.length; i++)
{
File filename = files[i];
long size = filename.length()/1000;
//Date modify = files[i].lastModified();
System.out.println(count + "  Filename: " + filename + "\n" + "Size:  " + size + " KB\n" + "Path:  " + path + "\n\n");
}
i++;

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Hi,

To know the size of the file you can not use File class, for that you have to open a FileInputStream to the file and call the inputstream.available() method to get the no.of bytes available in the file [i.e. file size in bytes], and to know the last modified date you can use File class and call the lastModified() method, which will return date in long data type, you can pass it to Date class constructor and create a Date class object and you can use SimpleDateFormat class of java.text package to conver the date formate to what ever format you want.

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