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Command prompt is giving error but Eclipse is not giving error

 
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Hi, Do you know why I see this issue as stated in the comments ?
 
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What error? Which line of code?
 
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Hi Tom, Here is the error from command prompt

C:\harikrishna>javac P247_AutoBox01_Ask.java
P247_AutoBox01_Ask.java:7: incompatible types
found : short
required: java.lang.Integer
Integer I7 = (short) 7;
^
P247_AutoBox01_Ask.java:8: incompatible types
found : byte
required: java.lang.Integer
I7 = (byte) 1;
^
2 errors



Tom Reilly wrote:What error? Which line of code?

 
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Which version of Java are you running in Eclipse? Which version are you running from the command line? I believe auto boxing was added in Java 5.
 
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Which version are you running from the command line? --> JDK 1.6/JRE6
Which version of Java are you running in Eclipse?-- > 1.5
Yes. Autoboxing is added in Java 1.5
 
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Just to double check, what do you get when you type the following command on the prompt ?

java - version
 
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Deepak Bala wrote:Just to double check, what do you get when you type the following command on the prompt ?

java - version

Hi Deepak, I gave the screenshot
error.jpg
[Thumbnail for error.jpg]
 
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yet another reason why we always say NOT to use an IDE to study for the SCJP
 
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The following code gives Runtime error (Console Object is not available.) in Eclipse IDE. But works from command prompt. It is a problem in real time projects if these kind of issues exists in IDE. Any idea on how to fix ?

Bert Bates wrote:yet another reason why we always say NOT to use an IDE to study for the SCJP

 
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Console doesn't work in Eclipse (System.console() returns null). This is also true for many other IDEs. I forget the reason. You can find discussions in many places.
 
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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