File mkdir() method in Java with examples
The mkdir() method is a part of File class. The mkdir() function is used to create a new directory denoted by the abstract pathname. The function returns true if directory is created else returns false.
public boolean mkdir()
Parameters: This method do not accepts any parameter.
Return Value: The function returns boolean data type. The function returns true if directory is created else returns false.
Exception: This method throws SecurityException if the method does not allow directory to be created
Below programs will illustrate the use of mkdirs() function:
Example 1: Try to create a new directory named program in “f:” drive.
Directory is created
Example 2: Try to create a new directory named program1 in “f:\program” directory, but program directory is not created .we will test whether the function mkdir() can create the parent directories of the abstract path name if the directories are not present.
Directory cannot be created
The programs might not run in an online IDE. please use an offline IDE and set the path of the file