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Netbeans and Ctrl + z (end of file)

 
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How can I use Ctrl + z (end of file) inside netbeans?
I am reading a deitel's book about java.
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Here is the code : (I managed to run it properly in a console window but only after removing the package commands)







 
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Run it from the command line--I don't know if you can enter in all the control characters inside the NetBeans wrapper around the console. If you can't, stick to the command line--you learn more that way anyway.
 
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