Usage: java [-options] class [args...]
(to execute a class)
or java [-options] -jar jarfile [args...]
(to execute a jar file)
where options include:
-d32 use a 32-bit data model if available
-d64 use a 64-bit data model if available
-client to select the "client" VM
-server to select the "server" VM
-hotspot is a synonym for the "client" VM [deprecated]
The default VM is client.
-cp <class search path of directories and zip/jar files>
-classpath <class search path of directories and zip/jar files>
A ; separated list of directories, JAR archives,
and ZIP archives to search for class files.
set a system property
enable verbose output
-version print product version and exit
require the specified version to run
-showversion print product version and continue
-jre-restrict-search | -no-jre-restrict-search
include/exclude user private JREs in the version search
-? -help print this help message
-X print help on non-standard options
enable assertions with specified granularity
disable assertions with specified granularity
-esa | -enablesystemassertions
enable system assertions
-dsa | -disablesystemassertions
disable system assertions
load native agent library <libname>, e.g. -agentlib:hprof
see also, -agentlib:jdwp=help and -agentlib:hprof=help
load native agent library by full pathname
load Java programming language agent, see java.lang.instrument
show splash screen with specified image
-1 is not negative.
After enabling assertion why it isn't enable when i ran program ?
If I'm wrong here then, could you please explain me meaning of first point in both snaps.
They don't mean "no arguments to the java command". They're talking about arguments to the switches. Note from the examples that you can provide arguments to that using a colon. But they aren't examples of complete java calls, just the bits they're talking about.
So you can do this to run SimpleAssert with assertions turned on everywhere:
java -ea SimpleAssert
And you can do this to turn on assertions only in a particular package, while running SimpleAssert: