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How to create a batch file for a java program?  RSS feed

 
Greenhorn
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I have a java project in JCreator and the project is organised into packages. I have also configured JCreator to provide 2 arguments to the main method when the project is executed.

I would want to create a batch file (.bat) for this project where the batch file can automatically use the arguments set in JCreator when the program runs.

How do I go about creating the batch file?
 
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A Windows batch file is simply a text file with commands. You can create it with any text editor (for example, Notepad if you don't have anything better). Create a new file with the extension .bat and put commands in it that you want to execute when the batch file is run.
 
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