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Android Android Data Persistence Introduction to Data Persistence Handling an Exception

Android Data Persistence Challenge 2

May someone help, i'm failing to pass this stage. I don't know how to do as the question demands.

// assetManager, assetName, and fileToWrite have been initialized elsewhere

InputStream in = assetManager.open(assetName);
FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(fileToWrite);
copyFile(in, out);

Question: The code below has the potential to throw an exception. Wrap this code in a try/catch so it can gracefully react to an exception. Catch the generic Exception to cover all types of exceptions. In the catch block, call printStackTrace() using the exception parameter.

1 Answer

I think i can help you, but i need a little more code as to what need need to be placed where. Can you post some more of the code that you have ? or is this the only bit MUZ140667 Tawanda Shoko ?

Thts all there is Amit. Please help!!