Полезная информация

Java in a Nutshell

Previous Chapter 24
The java.io Package
Next
 

24.55 java.io.PushbackReader (JDK 1.1)

This class is a character input stream that uses another input stream as its input source, and adds the ability to push characters back onto the stream. This feature is often useful when writing parsers.

When you create a PushbackReader stream, you specify the stream to be read from, and may optionally specify the size of the pushback buffer--i.e., the number of characters that may be pushed back onto the stream or "unread." If you do not specify a size for this buffer, the default size is one character.

PushbackReader inherits or overrides all the standard Reader methods, and also adds three unread() methods that are used to push a single character, an array of characters, or a portion of an array of characters back onto the stream.

This class is the character stream analog of PushbackInputStream.

public class PushbackReader extends FilterReader {
    // Public Constructors
            public PushbackReader(Reader in, int size);
            public PushbackReader(Reader in);
    // Public Instance Methods
            public void close() throws IOException;  // Overrides FilterReader
            public boolean markSupported();  // Overrides FilterReader
            public int read() throws IOException;  // Overrides FilterReader
            public int read(char[] cbuf, int off, int len) throws IOException;  // Overrides FilterReader
            public boolean ready() throws IOException;  // Overrides FilterReader
            public void unread(int c) throws IOException;
            public void unread(char[] cbuf, int off, int len) throws IOException;
            public void unread(char[] cbuf) throws IOException;
}

Hierarchy:

Object->Reader->FilterReader->PushbackReader


Previous Home Next
java.io.PushbackInputStream (JDK 1.0) Book Index java.io.RandomAccessFile (JDK 1.0)

Java in a Nutshell Java Language Reference Java AWT Java Fundamental Classes Exploring Java