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JAVA Assertions

 
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I installed JDK6. And when I write a simple program with assertion it neither works in command prompt nor in Netbeans6.9. I think if it will work in command prompt it will work in JDK. I tried java -ea both in command prompt as well as in Netbeans VM options. Any idea why its not working.

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Maybe the assert condition simply isn't violated?
Some relevant code and the exact command-line invocation might help shed some light on things.
 
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