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Thread: How To Make JCreator Output in a Command Window

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    Default How To Make JCreator Output in a Command Window

    Hey everyone! I haven't programmed in Java for a long time, and I just downloaded it on my computer. I typed up a simple program that said "Hi," but I noticed that the output came up on the output screen instead of a command window. On JCreator in my java class, all of the output came up on the command window, and I want it to be that way over here. Which settings can I edit to make this happen? I'm using JCreator LE version 4.50.010. Thanks in advance!


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    Default Re: How To Make JCreator Output in a Command Window

    I got this from a Google search. I haven't actually done this for my home version of JCreator because I'm not a fan of the command prompt. Here is what my search said:

    1. Go to Configure\Options\.
    2. Click jdk Tools.
    3. From the Select Tool Type, pull down Run Application and click default.
    4. Click Edit and the Tool Configuration: Run Appplication dialog box appears.
    5. Click Show command line.

    Tell if that doesn't work. If it doesn't, I'll give it a try when I can get on my computer again.
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    Default Re: How To Make JCreator Output in a Command Window

    It shows the command on the output window, but it doesn't open up a separate command prompt that displays the project.

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    Default Re: How To Make JCreator Output in a Command Window

    Ok, I just did it. Do this:
    1. Go to Configure\Options\.
    2. Click jdk Tools.
    3. From the Select Tool Type, pull down Run Application and click default.
    4. Click Edit and the Tool Configuration: Run Appplication dialog box appears.
    5. Check "Show Command Line", Uncheck "Capture Output", and Check "Close Console on Exit" (if you want to close on exit, which is a good idea)

    That'll do it.
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    Default Re: How To Make JCreator Output in a Command Window

    Thanks a bunch!

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