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    Re: Need Help with main arg for the project

    public static void main (String args [] )
    {
    Tower t = new Tower();
    }

    You would have to have a tower constructor to do this however..
    Put all the code laying out in your Tower class into a...
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    Re: expected

    public Screen(int xRes, yRes)

    needs to be:

    public Screen(int xRes, int YRes)

    Why are you declaring these global variables as private int above?
    They are in a different scope than the...
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    Re: Nick Novello

    So instead of doing this:
    Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime();
    Process pr = rt.exec(systemCommand);

    Do I need to implement Runnable and start these tasks as new threads in another class?
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    Re: Nick Novello

    So the standard output from Test.java is executed before the JFrame is closed, but is not appended to my Global.infoBox until after it is closed.
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    Re: Nick Novello

    Right.. That is if Test.java is run in a working code editor like emacs or vim or eclipse or notepad or whatever your norm. is. But inside the JSwift editor that I wrote, that is not what happens. ...
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    Re: Nick Novello

    Sorry not to to be clear. No exceptions, no compile errors. It runs. It just doesn't work the way I want it too. I guess im looking for implementation help really. If I open up a Test program...
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    Nick Novello

    /*****************************************************************************
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    * Authored by Nicolas Novello in Fall 2010
    * File JSwift.java is an ultralight code editor-not quite...
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