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System.out.println - Output prefixed with "[java]" - How to exclude this prefix?

 
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Hi

I am writing a simple console application. When using System.out.println(), it prefixes the console output with "[java]". How can I avoid this from occurring?

Code:



Console Output:


Thanks

Jeff in Seattle

 
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Jeff Tanner wrote:How can I avoid this from occurring?



Simply shut the IDE and get to use with javac/java commands
In other words, such lines are so prefixed with Ant or whatever the build script runs by your IDE.
 
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