File exists() method in Java with examples
The exists() function is a part of the File class in Java. This function determines whether the is a file or directory denoted by the abstract filename exists or not. The function returns true if the abstract file path exists or else returns false.
public boolean exists()
Parameters: This method does not accept any parameter.
Return Value: The function returns the boolean value if the file denoted by the abstract filename exists or not.
Exception: This method throws Security Exception if the write access to the file is denied
Implementation: Consider file on the local directory on a system where local directory be as below provided.
Now let us consider the use-case where file is writable (“F:\\program1.txt”)
Does not Exists