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    I have a program that gets some parameters at runtime. I don't know how to set this parameters when I am running this program by Eclipse.


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    Default Re: Eclipse

    By parameter, do you mean command line parameters? These can be set by going to Run->Run Configurations and click on the Arguments tab

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    Default Re: Eclipse

    I want to run the following command by eclipse.
    java -cp ".;test.jar" Demo models\program.tagger input.txt
    but I don't know how I should write it in Arguments tab in run configuration.

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    Right Click on the java file containing public static void main method.
    Go to properties - run\debug settings - select class and click edit button on right side.
    In arguments tab, provide the runtime arguments, that will go into String args[ ].
    In classpath tab, provide jars and folders that you want to specify using -cp parameter in comand line.
    Hope this helps

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