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    If the directory ../.foo/bar/ doesn't exist, you can't create a file there, so make sure you create the directory first.

    File f = new File("somedirname1/somedirname2/somefilename");
    if (!f.getParentFile().exists())
        f.getParentFile().mkdirs();
    

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