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    Default jFilechooser

    I'm trying to figure out how to have a user enter in a filename not select one using the mouse but entering in a new filename and have that name be saved into the current directory. I have look at getSelectedFile examples but it seems that those examples only have the user selecting a file for the directory listing. what i need is one that allows the user to enter in a new file name. thanks to all that can help

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    Default Re: jFilechooser

    You don't provide any code for guidance, which doesn't help us help you. Did you use the JFileChooser method showSaveDialog? (and please spell correctly, jfilechooser != JFileChooser - we are programmers, and oftentimes our brains work like compilers, meaning jfilechooser does not compile)

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    Default Re: jFilechooser

    JFileChooser allows entering a file name. To create a new file, look at the methods of the File class.

    There are also other ways to create a file. You may find some here: File I/O (Featuring NIO.2) (The Java™ Tutorials > Essential Classes > Basic I/O)

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