I should be able to do this for you in Java. Any particular toolset you are using? Running on windows?
Well I don't have eclipse installed, but if I give you the java source code, you should be able to just create a new project inside eclipse, open up my code file in notepad and just copy&paste the code over into the eclipse window.
Later today OK?
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that must mean the salaries.txt file is not in the eclipse debug working directory. I don't know the specific directory structure for eclipse projects offhand, but often there is a "bin" or "debug" subfolder where the executable code goes, and sometimes where the debugging happens. Try copying the salaries.txt file to different places (folders) under the project tree.