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I have created a new project by following steps.

File>New>Project>Maven Project>ok

Then i added a java class in it.(Here i created test.java class)

I have a code which i have downloaded from github. I have added that code in my project by following way .

src>main>resources>Modules>Sources (then i add the full folder in it).

Now i want to run my test.java class. But when i run this class it shows the error of that folder which i have added through github. How can i get rid of this problem because i have not any concern with github code. I just want to run my own code i-e test.java(This class is using some basic packages from github code).

Now what should i do??
 
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