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How can I suppress a command window

peterv6peterv6 Posts: 18Member
I'm a complete newbie to Java, and am attempting to become familiar with some "simple" things by reading and looking things up in books. I've created a small program that displays an input box, takes the input from the user, then displays it in another box. It runs fine, but a command window always opens up behind the input box and only goes away when the application ends. (This is being run on Windows 2000.) I'm assuming that I'm missing something simple that would prevent this command window from being displayed, can anyone help me out?
Thanks....

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  • Gregry2Gregry2 Posts: 607Member
    : I'm a complete newbie to Java, and am attempting to become familiar with some "simple" things by reading and looking things up in books. I've created a small program that displays an input box, takes the input from the user, then displays it in another box. It runs fine, but a command window always opens up behind the input box and only goes away when the application ends. (This is being run on Windows 2000.) I'm assuming that I'm missing something simple that would prevent this command window from being displayed, can anyone help me out?
    : Thanks....
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    I;m no java genius either, but what method do you use exactyl to run the java programs? Do you jar them(if you don't know what that means, then you probably don't) and then execute them? or do you use batch files...or rather, what IDE do you use?...

    {2}rIng
  • peterv6peterv6 Posts: 18Member
    : : I'm a complete newbie to Java, and am attempting to become familiar with some "simple" things by reading and looking things up in books. I've created a small program that displays an input box, takes the input from the user, then displays it in another box. It runs fine, but a command window always opens up behind the input box and only goes away when the application ends. (This is being run on Windows 2000.) I'm assuming that I'm missing something simple that would prevent this command window from being displayed, can anyone help me out?
    : : Thanks....
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    :
    : I;m no java genius either, but what method do you use exactyl to run the java programs? Do you jar them(if you don't know what that means, then you probably don't) and then execute them? or do you use batch files...or rather, what IDE do you use?...
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    : {2}rIng
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    I've heard of jar files, but I'm not that far along yet to know what they are. I've been using Eclipse as an IDE, and I've also run programs from an editor called TextPad.
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