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Help needed in using Eclipse
Joined: Jul 29, 2008
Sep 09, 2008 05:41:00
1)How to enable and disable assertions using eclipse?
2)How to run command line arguments using Eclipse Europa
Joined: Oct 13, 2005
Sep 09, 2008 08:41:00
1: don't know, but see below.
R-click the name of the class with the main method (on the left pane)
Click "run as"
Click whatever doesn't say "java application"; I think it's "show run dialog".
Click the "arguments" tab.
Put your command-line arguments into the upper box labelled "command-line arguments" or similar.
You might try -ea and -da in the next box labelled "VM arguments" for enabling and disabling assertions.
Click "run" at the lower right.
[ September 09, 2008: Message edited by: Campbell Ritchie ]
Joined: Mar 24, 2007
Sep 09, 2008 09:58:00
1. set your compiler settings
right click in package explorer--> build path --> configure build path
2.right click on your java file --> runas --> run...
enter your arguments details in 'arguments' tab
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