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Javac versus (Netbeans +Javac)

Azrael Noor
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Joined: Jul 29, 2010
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I have a question to ask

when i write simple program in Java file having following statement



and run it using JAVAC:

It does not create bytecode, and throw error.


Using Netbeans and Same program:
It will Show output with RunTimeException:

Output :


1) Is Netbeans forcefully generating bytecode?
2) Why it is forcefully Generating bytecode? is this best approach by netbeans?

Kindly Explain thank you

Regards
Azrael Noor
Stephan van Hulst
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Joined: Sep 20, 2010
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No. If your program fails to compile, NetBeans just runs the last successfully compiled version.

You can disable this by going to the project properties and disabling "Compile on save" under Build>Compile.
 
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