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Hello JavaRanchers,

Is anyone familar with TextPad? If so, you know by default that it does not offer and automatic formatting option to make code look cleaner. Are there any extensions that I can download off from the official website that can make this happen? I've seen a few but they look like the older and outdated versions.

Also is import java.util.Arrays; an old way of importing arrays or is this recent? It's my first time seeing this in code instead of simply importing it for an ArrayList.
 
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Have you checked https://textpad.com/add-ons/ ?

Also, take a look at the JavaDocs for java.util.Arrays to get an idea of what it's for. https://docs.oracle.com/javase/10/docs/api/java/util/Arrays.html

 
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