Do you ever curse Java for making it so ridiculously difficult just to save and load data?
Do you ever say something like the following:
"All I want to do is save the user's data! I don't want to deal with your BufferedWriters and HashMapThingies and stuff!"
...all in a remarkably incensed tone?
Well, DON'T! There's a solution!
It's a PIECE O' CAKE!
Just use this handy dandy library and you can save/load like a champ. Forget about said BufferedWriters and HashMapThingies.
What's so cakeriffic about this library:
-Can store Strings, ints, and String arrays faithfully
-Can completely ignore what goes on behind the scenes
-Save() and load() methods to get your data. That's it.
-So easy a subpar baker could use it
How do you use it? Easy.
-Tell PieceOCake what data you want to store.
-Call the load() function.
-Use get() and set() to, well, get and save your data. That's it.
It's a Piece O Cake!
- Just include the .java file. No mucking around with JARs and classpaths.
- Stores any number of ints, strings, and string arrays
- Just use get() and set() methods to access/save your data.
- So easy a subpar baker could use it
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