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how to read a file in java using netbeans
Posted 19-Feb-13 9:45am
richcb at 19-Feb-13 14:46pm
That is a good phrase to ask Google.

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You don't use netbeans, you use Java; see this tutorial[^].
H.Brydon at 19-Feb-13 15:06pm
Great link +5
Richard MacCutchan at 19-Feb-13 15:30pm
Thanks, but I always keep tutorial links close by.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 19-Feb-13 16:15pm
Helpful, a 5.
sanchaman4 at 20-Feb-13 3:03am
basic i/o i m already aware with but i have been given an assignment where i need to use ide and read the file contents (file being present on my system)and then manipulate the contents
Richard MacCutchan at 20-Feb-13 3:53am
You don't use the IDE to do it, you write some Java code. You really need to spend some time learning what the purpose of the IDE is. It is merely an environment that contains tools to help you develop your programs, but you still need to write most of the code to do the actual work.

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