The Context interface contains methods for creating and destroying a subcontext, a context that is bound in another context of the same type. In a file system, this corresponds to creating and removing a subdirectory.
Creating a ContextTo create a context, you supply to createSubcontext() the name of the context that you want to create.This example creates a new context, called "new", that is a child of ctx. If you list the context ctx, you will see that there is now an entry for "new".// Create the context Context result = ctx.createSubcontext("new");
Destroying a ContextTo destroy a context, you supply to destroySubcontext() the name of the context to destroy.This example destroys the context "new" in the context ctx.// Destroy the context ctx.destroySubcontext("new");
Naming Operations: End of Lesson
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