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There is a method called
in the aforementioned class which skips n bytes in the stream.
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Thanks a lot!
Note that skip() is for input, not output!
The solution for when you want to write (or read) bytes from
a specific byte offset is to use RandomAccessFile:
That being said:
1. Most people who think they need to use RAF are mistaken.
Perhaps if you described your problem, what you are doing,
what your goal is, forum members could suggest a better solution.
2. RandomAccessFile is for binary I/O, not text. Don't confuse the two.