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Adding File Filters to the JFileChooser Dialog

When using the JFileChooser to dialog to save files, you will usually want to give the user a list of types that they can save the file as.
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When using the JFileChooser dialog to open files, you will usually want to give the user a list of filters to make finding a file of a specific type easier. When using the JFileChooser to dialog to save files, you will usually want to give the user a list of types that they can save the file as. This tutorial will show how to do this. This tutorial will show how to create a file filter to only show text files and a file filter that shows only files that are less than a month old.

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