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    Using Java to save and open files

    Hi, I want a programm I copied from my text book, to save its data and also be able to click on the saved file then the programm popsup and the data is then still in the programm.

    The small unfinished programm is attached, please teach me how to do this or just right a code which I may use, thanks alot
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    Get to the reality. I have no life and bored most of the time, but you cannot just ask someone to do that kind of work for you. You should try it your self, if you have something you don't understand, then ask.

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    Angry

    I was asking someone to teach me how to do it, scine I do not find any srces on it, then if that wouldn't work I asked that someone to write the code for me, so I can study it, and then learn from it...

    however thank you for your upmost usefull post...

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    Get acquainted with the Java Trails.
    This one is for file I/O.

    shmoove

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    Thank you very much shmoove, it helps alot

    thanks


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