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How to read multiple .csv files from system and write to .txt file in Java Swing  RSS feed

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I have one requirement using java swing with csv file

I need to select multiple .csv files when I hit browse button and read those .csv files, after selection of those files and again when we hit generate button and it's asking for destination folder path to save this file in single file as .txt format.

Could you please suggest how to do in java swing ?

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Cross posted:

You have made no effort to improve the question. All you did way copy it word for word.

It doesn't matter what forum you ask the question in. We are not here to write the code for you!

If you have a specific question we will help with a solution, but you have not stated which part of the requirement you have having problems with.

1. Do you know how do add an ActionListener to a button?
2. Do you know how to use a JFileChooser?
3. Do you know how to read a file?
4. Do you know how to write a file?

Solve each requirement one at a time and then combine your knowledge into a complete program.

I suggest you start by reading the Swing Tutorial. There are working examples of using a JButton and using a JFileChooser. For reading/writing files you can read the section from your text book for working examples.
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