28 December 2005

Java is portable?

Snippet for a java code:

public static MultipartRequest createMultipartRequest (HttpServletRequest req)
throws IOException

// Create a temp directory for the attachments
Runtime.getRuntime().exec ("mkdir -p " + Constants.UPLOAD_PATH);

File check = new File (Constants.UPLOAD_PATH);



What wrong with this code? The answer is, this code is not portable, i.e. doesn't work on Windows. Nothing wrong with the Java, the problem is the programmer itself. :D

I got this snippet from a discussion in The Daily WTF.

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