An stream that provides eager access to its length, and keeps track of the current position (e.g., the number of bytes read so far, or the current position of the file pointer).
A basic interface specifying positioning methods for a byte stream.
Provides static methods to perform easily binary I/O.
Simple, fast and repositionable byte-array input stream.
Simple, fast byte-array output stream that exposes the backing array.
Simple, fast and repositionable byte array input stream that multiplexes its content among several arrays.
Provides static methods to perform easily textual I/O.
An enumeration of the supported line terminators.
Provides classes and static methods that make object and primitive-type I/O easier and faster.
Classes in this package provide very efficient, unsynchronised buffered input and output stream (with support for repositioning, too) and fast streams based on byte arrays. Static containers provide instead a wealth of methods that can be used to serialize/deserialize very easily objects and arrays.