Guys can i recover my data because I open a several tab I which paste and close the tab and when I realize reopen it cannot be ctrl +z
Could you explain with a little more detail please ?
so i have 2 tab of arduino which i do paste to the tab that important so i do not save it directly close the important tab, when reopen it cannot be undo
Which IDE are you using ?
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Arduino 1.8.13 sir
give us a description in simple words what you are doing step by step and what do you will expect to be happens or not.
the Problem is that that file is replaced with another word, because I do paste something in that file and want to recover it
I have a Pro Mini that contain that file can I extract the file from pro mini to the arduino?
You can extract a HEX file from Arduino's but it has been compiled and is almost useless to you.
It will not represent the sketch you typed out.
To overwrite the current sketch on an Arduino you simply upload a new one.
but i cannot undo the previous program that had been pasted with another file
make a local copy of your sketch before you edit a new one.
so there is no solutions?
Unless you are extremely proficient in HEX programming there is no simple method.
As Paul says you should keep local copies, and version them so you can always revert to the last one.
okay thanks all