Java Tutorial | Writing multiple texts to Files via JTextFields and Opening Text with JFileChooser

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Java Tutorial | Writing multiple texts to Files via JTextFields and Opening Text with JFileChooser

In this tutorial I Focus on setting the data that I input to the notepad, and I used JFileChooser to opened the text file to check if my code was up to scratch. This Tutorial is good for University and college projects. Please share and care lol πŸ˜€

20 thoughts on “Java Tutorial | Writing multiple texts to Files via JTextFields and Opening Text with JFileChooser

  1. Well, since JFileChooser is from the Swing library it allows users to save,saveas and other features, you can also limit the file choice. There is many features it contains I suggest you look at Oracle. πŸ™‚ I hope I helped

  2. Hey there, the thing is, you need to use a certain import which allows you to move back to the begenning of the line, so if you want to search I suggest a Scanner with a while loop, if you really want to delete, you might want to consider RandomAccessFile, as you get the to control the pointer. I will be doing a tutorial about it.

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