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Jar and exe working with paths what is commonly used?

 
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Hi I have 2 java projects that I want to access some files.
and i whant those files to be editable by user for example change a picture and so on in the folder "pictures for my program"

What is the most commonly used solutions for this?
And is the only thing to make it a strict path like c:/my program / files / pictures ?
 
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I use as root directory the user's home directory which can be obtained from the "user.home" system property . See https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/environment/sysprop.html .
 
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Perfect :-)
 
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