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Programming Foundations: Design Patterns (2013)

Welcome: Programming Foundations: Design Patterns (2013)
Welcome: Programming Foundations: Design Patterns (2013)
Skill Level Intermediate
2h 19m
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Q: How do I import the exercise files in Eclipse?

A: Here are instructions for importing the files:
1) Save the download folder as any name you choose, such as DesignPatternsLynda. Place this folder in the default Eclipse project folder (the folder you choose when you start Eclipse).
2) Start Eclipse.
3) In Eclipse, choose File > New > New Java Project.
4) In the first New Project dialog box, use the folder name from step 1 as the project name. Check that the location path matches the default Eclipse project path and the name of the folder. (See NewProject.jpg.)

5) Click Next.
6) In this dialog box, leave all settings as is (see Step2.jpg):

7) Click Finish.
8) You should now have a project in Eclipse with the following structure (see EclipseProjectStructure.jpg):

9) To compile the code, open the folder you want to work with and choose the main class.
10) Choose Run > Run As > Java Application.

Skills covered in this course
Design Patterns Developer Programming Foundations Java

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