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I have a project code.

I want to import it into eclipse as a new project.

how can I do?
 
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Hi Madhu,
Go to File -> New -> Project
it will open a popupwindow
Select Java Project
click on Next button
Select Create project from existing Source and browse your source
and click on Finish Button.

I think it will work
Bye
 
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