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    xcode question

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    xcode question
    Hey guys, i recently switched from a pc to my mac, and i want to code in xcode. I'm used to jcreator, an extremely simple coding environment. when i opened up xcode i felt lost.. targets and everything. so it seems not to hard to just make a new java project, and start coding.

    However for my data structures class, we have been assigned to complete a maze generator/solver program. i in no way need help implementing this program, i find it quite easy. My instructor has given me several .class files and several java files. he has set it up so i should be able to compile and build everything, and the gui will come up, and it just wont do anything until i implement two methods. how do i go about importing these files correctly?

    if i really need to i could supply the files, but i dont want to do that as its his code and stuff

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    xcode question

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    really? no one knows?

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    xcode question

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    Place the .java files in the 'src' folder of your java xcode project.

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