yes, I was unclear: I was asking if something like java.io.File.delete() is
available in the netCDF Java API...
I understand it isn't?
Then I guess one should keep/retrieve a handler to the file, for deleting it.
Il giorno 13/apr/2012, alle ore 17:31, John Caron ha scritto:
> On 4/13/2012 8:12 AM, Lorenzo Bigagli wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I am creating a temporary netCDF file by means of the netCDF Java API, to
>> use it during some intermediate processing.
>> How can I delete it, afterwards?
>> Is there something like the java.io.delete() method, or any plan to
>> implement such a mechanism?
>> Best regards,
>> Dott. Lorenzo Bigagli
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> Hi Lorenzo :
> have a look at java.io.File.delete and java.io.File.createTempFile
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