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Introduction to IDE Projects
Choosing the Right Project Template
Creating a Project from Scratch
Importing a Project Developed in a Different Environment
Navigating Your Projects
Working with Files Not in the Project
Creating Packages and Files in the Project
Configuring the Project’s Classpath
Changing the Version of the JDK Your Project Is Based On
Changing the Target JDK for a Standard Project
Referencing JDK Documentation (Javadoc) from the Project
Adding Folders and JAR Files to the Classpath
Making External Sources and Javadoc Available in the IDE
Structuring Your Projects
Displaying and Hiding Projects
Compiling a Project
Running a Project in the IDE
Deploying a Java Project Outside of the IDE
Building a Project from Outside ...
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