Getting the file path of the .jar file from executing it
I am a bit unsure of the correct way to ask this, but how would I get the file path of the jar file I'm executing within the file? I want to make the program write information to a text file that is created in the same location as the .jar file, but I'm unsure of how to go about doing this. I'm aware this might be a duplicate question, but most of the answers on similar questions aren't clear enough for my specific problem.
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