To create a new Kotlin project in IntelliJ IDEA, follow these steps:
Launch IntelliJ IDEA and select "Create New Project" from the welcome screen. If you already have a project open, you can go to "File" -> "New" -> "Project" instead.
In the "New Project" dialog, select "Kotlin" from the left sidebar. If you don't see "Kotlin" listed, make sure you have the Kotlin plugin installed. You can install it by going to "Preferences" (or "Settings") -> "Plugins" -> "Marketplace" and searching for "Kotlin".
Choose the type of project you want to create. You can select "Kotlin JVM" to create a Kotlin project that runs on the Java Virtual Machine.
Specify the project name and location. Choose a meaningful name for your project and set the desired location on your file system.
Configure project settings. You can leave the default settings as they are or make changes according to your preferences. You can also choose to create a separate module for your source files.
Click "Finish" to create the project.
IntelliJ IDEA will generate the basic structure of your Kotlin project. You should see a project explorer on the left-hand side, showing the project files and folders.
Create a new Kotlin file by right-clicking on the source folder (usually named "src") and selecting "New" -> "Kotlin File/Class". Enter a name for your file and click "OK".
You can now start writing Kotlin code in the newly created file. IntelliJ IDEA provides various features and code assistance to help you with Kotlin development.
That's it! You have successfully created a new Kotlin project in IntelliJ IDEA. You can now begin developing your Kotlin application using the IDE's powerful features and tools.
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