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    Default Text fill

    pls can any one tell me what storing data as a text file mean

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    Default Re: Text fill

    I guess it means you take the text you wish to store and then open up a FileWriter to for arguments sake "C:/my/directory/my/file.txt" and then you write the text to it and close it, job done, text stored as a text file.

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