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Thread: how can i print the out put !

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    Default how can i print the out put !

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    tell me how can i print the output from jcreator???


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    Default Re: how can i print the out put !

    Please define what you mean by output...do you mean output from System.out.println?

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    Default Re: how can i print the out put !

    Define print. To a file? To a printer? To the command prompt?
    Define output. Error messages? Some GUI?

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    Default Re: how can i print the out put !

    when you finish ur program
    and run it
    it will show you down the out put!
    how can print itfrom ther

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    Default Re: how can i print the out put !

    Quote Originally Posted by Faha View Post
    when you finish ur program
    and run it
    it will show you down the out put!
    how can print itfrom ther
    Define print. To a file? To a printer? To the command prompt?
    Define output. Error messages? Some GUI?

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    Default Re: how can i print the out put !

    Quote Originally Posted by Faha View Post
    when you finish ur program
    and run it
    it will show you down the out put!
    how can print itfrom ther
    We are still confused what you mean by print..

    Do you mean print text to the console or print text to a printer?

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