hi, redirect the out put to a file . approch is like this javac file.java > somefilename after excution out put will be written to 'somefilename' open this file to read. Might be better way. -arun [ February 20, 2002: Message edited by: Arun Boraiah ]
thanks Arun again! well, this time your solution donest seem to work. i use the command "javac filename.java > anotherfilename", but there is nothing(blank) in "anotherfilename" which appears in the same directory as filename.java. i suppose this command might be only appiled in unix enviroment, not in DOS. any other idea about this problem?
Do you have your display options in Windows for the DOS Prompt set to window instead of full screen? If so you should have scroll bars to go back with. Right click on the link or icon that you are using to invoke the DOS window and check your properties.
In windows NT and 2000 you can set the buffer size of your DOS window (I use 4000 lines). This gives you a scroll bar that you can use to scroll back up to see your messages. Right click the upper left DOS window icon and select "properties". Then select the Layout tab. In the buffer "height" window put 4000. If you're in Windows 95/98/xp/me/whatever then you're outta luck and have to redirect your output every time. You've just put your finger on exactly the reason why I won't develop Java code in Windows 98. I only use Win 2k and Linux for development. 98 is my game OS. This is one of the reasons why.
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