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adding a javascript form onto wordpress

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I have a snippet of code in java that needs to be added to a page on our wordpress site.  How do I do this?
 Any help appreciated
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Not enough info - there are many ways to add JavaScript (NOT JAVA) to a WordPress site, and the one you choose will depend on what you are trying to do, which theme you are using and so on.
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