Thank you for your time.
This post contains 2 Inquiries.
My resources: BlueJ
I would like to know what methods (if any) I can use to save anything generated by my BlueJ (e.g returned ints)to my PC's memory without having to create a .txt file somewhere, and of course be able to load them again when I reopen the project with BlueJ.
If such method exist what are the risks I should be aware of?
Inquire 2: (I think that the answer is no but I want to be sure)
Can I create a .txt file named for example "Text number 1" by any method on java?
What I mean is roughly
import java.Something; Something x = new Something(); x.CreateTextfile(String nameOfFile, String locationOffile) // creates a .txt file at the given location