Well, I think you can. Of cource you can just start up "cmd" and then you can set a printwriter output stream to that window and type out what you want. I have seen that done before, but I never done it myself. You could always cheat and use the Robot class though .
Joined: Aug 24, 2003
Ive discovered that cmd /c start /D<dir> <command> is a way of doing it. It may be necessary if you wish to close the existing terminal and start a new one. Cheers