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bob john
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I cant remember. Its somehwere selection, before creating new java project. Later the class you write regular java code, you also receive a class whos contains bytecode.
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When you compile your Java file (source code), you get a class file which contains the bytecode. Not sure what you mean by separating anything from that.

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I think Eclipse is confusing you. If you click on various bits of code, or hover the mouse on them, you get pop-ups, or the source of the code displayed. In that case you obviously have a .jar containing the ArrosGet.class file not its .java file. Not sure what relationship there is to the new project wizard which you have shown us.
 
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I meant, seperate escape code file from byte code file.
Or no there is nothing t odo with it?
Because I see bytecode only via navigator.
 
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Please explain what you mean by "escape code".

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I don't think there is any such relationship. You are missing the .java file for that class, so Eclipse is doing its best to interpret the bytecode which is available.
 
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