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How to compile & Run in Textpad using CTRL+1 , CTRL+2..??

 
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I am trying to use Textpad4.5, i want to use "ctrl+1 " for compilation and ctrl+2 for running my java program.How to set those parameters in textpad properties?My directory structure is like this
JavaFiles-->
SourceFiles
ClassFiles
As i am new to java,textpad, your help is highly appreciated
thanks
swapna
 
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could any one please pose some light on this...
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Hi,
Go to Configure -> Preferences -> Tools. Now you could see a Add button. Click it. You can see a menu option Java SDK Commands. Select them.
Now you can expand the Tools. Give ok.

It will take the $JAVA_HOME from the environment variable. So you have to set that variable.

After this you can start using CTRL+1 ( Compile ), CTRL+2 (Run Application), CTRL+3 (Run Applet). You can also change these keys using Keyboard settings.

bye.
 
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after i click on ADD button, i found
Program...
DOS command
Online Help file
Menu Separator

I did't find any Java SDK ....
Could you plz be clear after this step
 
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Hi,
Generally when u set your class path and PATH properly, the TextPad automatically uses the system variables to compile and run your java application and you dont have to set anything.
 
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TextPad does not include the jdk.
 
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