What is the most efficient/elegant way to dump a StringBuilder to a text file?
You can do:
As pointed out by others, use a Writer, and use a BufferedWriter, but then don't call
writer.write(stringBuilder.toString()); instead just
EDIT: But, I see that you accepted a different answer because it was a one-liner. But that solution has two problems:
it doesn't accept a
java.nio.Charset. BAD. You should always specify a Charset explicitly.
it's still making you suffer a
stringBuilder.toString(). If the simplicity is really what you're after, try the following from the Guava project: