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Old 08-07-2009
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How to use jcreator for command line argument?

Hi,

I want to know about the jcreator? What it is exactly & how is it helpful for command line arguments?
Please let me know how to use jcreator?

Thanks in advance.
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Re: How to use jcreator for command line argument?

JCreator is a Java IDE created by Xinox Software. Its interface is similar to that of Microsoft's Visual Studio. Because it is programmed entirely in C++, (with exception to the first version (0.1) which was Java-based [1] ), Xinox Software has asserted that JCreator is faster than competing Java-based Java IDEs.
JCreator is only available on the Windows Operating System.

Disadvantages
  • Only available for the Windows operating system, although Wine can be used to run JCreator on Linux
  • When using the JDK Help feature, the default browser settings may not be honored when opening an external browser for the JDK documentation.
  • It will mostly open Internet Explorer and rarely a default browser not Internet Explorer
  • No option for temporary highlighting of files
  • XML highlighting disables itself with really long lines.
  • Custom icons can only be made from 16 colors
  • There is a workaround by saving the bitmap that stores the custom icons (UserImages.bmp) in a 24-bit format.
  • The printer settings used for printouts are unreliable.

Features
  • Elegance
  • Custom color schemes
  • Wrapping around of your existing projects
  • Different JDK profiles can be used
  • Quick code writing via project templates
  • Easy project viewing with the class browser
  • Debugging with an easy, intuitive interface. No command-line prompts necessary
  • Wizards help you cut to the chase writing your project, quickly and easily
  • Automatic Classpath configuration
  • UI customization (similar to Microsoft Visual Studio)
  • The run-time environment can run your application as an applet, in a JUnit environment or in a command-line window
  • JCreator's IDE does not require a Java Runtime Environment to execute, which may make it faster than Java-based IDE's.
  • JCreator has been widely use by CN student in UTAR Malaysia

Source: wiki
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Re: How to use jcreator for command line argument?

i use jcreator but all IDEs use similar logic to handle JVM parameters for projects. Did you compile first before you running it??If its not working at your end then I guess it will be open if you right click to the project and select "Properties" or it might be under "Project" menu if any.
make sure you compile the code first:
Code:
javac CommandTest.java
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Re: How to use jcreator for command line argument?

How to Use JCreator LE

You need to know everything in datail right from
1. Downloading and Installing.
2. Configuring Default Properties
3. Setting up Workspaces and Projects
4. Entering and Running a Simple Program
5. Choosing Which Program to Run
6. Setting Up Command-Line Arguments
7. Running Applets
8. Adding jar Files to Projects

I hope this helps you.
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