Java PathUtils-class And Method Code Example

The Apache Commons IO library provides a class called PathUtils which provides utility methods for working with paths. Here is an example of how you might use the toUri method to convert a File object to a URI:


public class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        File file = new File("/path/to/file.txt");
        URI uri = PathUtils.toUri(file);

This will output the URI of the file, such as "file:/path/to/file.txt"

Please note that this class PathUtils is not part of Apache Commons IO library and not a class provided by Java SDK.

The PathUtils class from the Apache Commons IO library does not exist. The Apache Commons IO library is a collection of utility classes for working with files and I/O in general, but it does not contain a PathUtils class.

If you are looking for a class that provides utility methods for working with paths, I suggest you to use the Path class from the java.nio.file package in JDK.

It provides methods for manipulating paths, file attributes and file operations.

You can check the official documentation for more information on how to use the Path class:

If you are looking for a specific functionality provided by PathUtils that you want, let me know and I can help you find the equivalent method in the JDK or other libraries.