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DOS question about JAVA

 
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This may seem very basic to some but here is a DOS question. What is the command in DOS to scroll back a couple of screens to be able to completely see the error message generated while running the Javac command from a DOS prompt
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I assume you are working in a DOS box in Windows. You can change the screen buffer size property of the DOS box window. If you make it large enough, a vertical scrollbar appears you can use to scroll back.
 
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