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I have made a program on BlueJ but need to transfer the class to a pen drive so that I can take it to school and show it to my teacher. How is this done?

Please reply ASAP, must reach school in less than an hour and a half.
 
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Is it just one class file? If so why not just copy it in the same way you would any other file?

If it's for a school class then I'm sure your teacher is going to want to see the source code too, which is the .java file.
 
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Got it. Just the transfer the project folder from My Documents. It was so obvious, why am I so dumb? :/
 
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Tim Cooke wrote:Is it just one class file? If so why not just copy it in the same way you would any other file?

If it's for a school class then I'm sure your teacher is going to want to see the source code too, which is the .java file.


Didn't see your comment there. Thanks for the help and the quick reply. You're right, I guess my brain went dead or something.
 
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Joson Mathew wrote:I guess my brain went dead or something.


A last minute panic will do that to a person.
 
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True. But say if I only want to upload a class to one of these forums on the Ranch, I can just upload the class file and it will work right?
 
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Joson Mathew wrote:True. But say if I only want to upload a class to one of these forums on the Ranch, I can just upload the class file and it will work right?



No. There are no facilities for ranch members to upload class files to the JR forums.

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If you mean the .java file, however, you should copy and paste it in code tags.
 
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