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Console application in NetBeans

D Rog
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Joined: Feb 07, 2004
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I'm starting to help my daughter to study Java. We just visited Sun's web site and downloaded NetBeans. She quickly pasted a program she did in a class. And what's a shame. The program used some terminal class to get user input (no question Mac environment was used in a class). I just changed a bit the program to use System.in. The program imeddiatly crashed after start. It seems System.in is in just closed condition. Why? How to write console applications in NetBeans? I like this IDE (I never used it before and it seems to neat, but can't do so simple things). Any help for poor father and daughter.


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Abdullah Arslan
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Joined: Apr 24, 2005
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i think you run program in ide.
if so, you must run that in windows consol with java command.

or try to get parameters as
"
// Modal dialog with OK/cancel and a text field
String text = JOptionPane.showInputDialog(frame, message);
if (text == null) {
// User clicked cancel
}
"
 
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