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What is the process for removing all lines of code from a Java project and replacing them with the contents of a text file?

asked 2021-10-13 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-11-14 08:00:00 +0000

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  1. Save a copy of the Java project and create a backup of the text file in case of errors or mistakes.
  2. Open the Java project in an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) or text editor.
  3. Use the search function in the IDE or text editor to find all lines of code in the Java project.
  4. Delete all lines of code in the Java project.
  5. Open the text file containing the new code in the IDE or text editor.
  6. Select all lines of code in the text file.
  7. Copy the selected lines of code.
  8. Paste the copied code into the Java project, replacing the deleted lines of code.
  9. Save the changes to the Java project.
  10. Compile and test the Java project to ensure that the new code has been implemented correctly.
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Last updated: Nov 14 '22