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I have an assignment that involves making a command provider through system.out and system.in. Im kinda stuck because my application needs to be able to open other application (notepad, cmd, etc.) and I have accomplished that but the application needs to be able to run multiple processes at once, thats where I get stuck because when I run a application like notepad my command provider which I feed commands in order to run applications, stops responding.
Basicly here�s how I do it:
So when I type: run notepad. A notepad runs with empty txt file, but if I type: run notepad c:\myDocument.txt it opens notepad and loads the given text file.
How do I run multiple instances of f.ex notepad? I�ve tried using threads but it ain�t quite working.
Can you show us your threading code that didn't work, please?
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Here it goes:
I created an instance of Program every time the executeRun command is called.