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how do you convertor outputted code to a file, so when you open the file you can read it
 
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Don't understand the question; can you elaborate a bit? What's "outputted code?"
 
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Use a PrintWriter and its println method:
new PrintWriter( new BufferedWriter( new FileWriter( fileName ) ) );
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