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anita dhar
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Joined: May 24, 2007
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i want to see the flow of my programs , actually how the program internally works ,i am new to netbeans , jcreator ,Eclipse can any one tell me in these ide's how i can see the program flow
Darrin Cartwright
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Joined: Dec 27, 2002
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Hi Anita,

In Netbeans, Select the "Run" menu" and then the "Step Into" menu item, or press F7. This will run your project in the Debugger and you can step through your code a line at a time.

Darrin


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