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The File Input Stream is a stream that provides input to programs that use the Java programming language. The File Input Streams can be used to read and write files, as well as to provide input for programs that need a stream of bytes or text.

File Input Stream is a Java library that has been designed to help developers to implement file input and output in their applications. It provides an easy way of creating and reading from files.

There are three types of streams in Java: input stream, output stream, and error stream. Input streams are used to read data from a file or a device such as keyboard or mouse. Output streams are used to write data to a file or device such as screen or printer. Error streams are used to report errors that occur during the execution of the program code.

Files are a key component of every computer. They provide the means to store and retrieve data. Files can be input streams or output streams. In Java, an input stream is used to read data from a file and an output stream is used to write data into a file.

The File Input Stream class is used to read a file from the disk. It can be used as a source for reading data from the disk. The FileInputStream object is created using the new operator, and it will create an input stream that can be used to read bytes from a file or other input sources.

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