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Importing Existing Smart Contracts using Remix

Import a Smart Contract and interact with it using Remix’s GUI.

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Smart contracts are fairly easy to test using Remix during development, however, once you’ve deployed it, the only way to interact with the contract is by writing scripts, webpages, or using a tool such as Truffle. Or is it?

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