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The BufferedWriter "write()"s to buffer, as the name suggests. It will write to disk as per a predefined policy like if buffer is full or if x amount of time has lapsed. If you want it to write immediately to disk, you invoke flush() on the BufferedWriter. Alternately, if you close() the stream, it will clean up and will write to disk.