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Chapter 13. Input Output

Chapter 13. Input Output

Input output (IO) is one of the most common operations performed by a program. Examples of IO operations are.

  • Create and delete files

  • Read from and write to a file or network socket.

  • Serialize (or save) objects to persistent storage and retrieve saved objects.


  

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