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    Hi :)

    New to the forum and programming generally.

    Before now I have only written java programs using my universities computers, so I decided to give it a whirl on my computer.

    Sadly I have downloaded jedit and java and have been able to compile java files I made on the computers at my university but when I try and write the program on my laptop using my newly downloaded jedit but when I save the file the code turns black. The file type of the saved file is not .java but as a .file type.

    I am not particularly computer literate but I am trying. I do not even know if I am posting this in the correct place.

    Any and all help is welcome. Many Thanks.

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    Have you tried using any other IDEs (Eclipse, netbeans, ect)?

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    Default Re: Jedit File Type

    Moved from New to Java

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