->How to deal with java programs in EditPlus

In EditPlus, we cannot direclty deal with Java Applications and they need some sort of settings to do that. Lets see them one by one.

1. Options to set for Compilation (”javac”):

Go to “Tools” Menu -> and click on “Configure User Tools…” option.

Every image has the required description and explanation for the step.

Image1: Clicking on “Configure User Tools…” Option in the “Tools” Menu

1_Tools Menu-ConfigureUserTools

It will open a new dialog box where in you can enter your details to configure for the tools.

Image2: The Initial Groups and Tools Window dialog box

2_Empty Groups and Tools Items Window

Image3: Clicking on “Add Tool” button in the Dialog box

3_click on AddTool

Image4: The Initial window on “Add Program”

4_InitialWindowOnAddProgram

Image5: Configuring “javac” for compilation – step 1

5_CompileJavaProgram-1

Image6: Configuring “javac” for compilation – step 2

5_CompileJavaProgram-2

Image7: Verifying the “javac” tool added in the “Tools” Menu

6_VerifyCompileJavaProgramInToolsMenu

2. Options to set for Execution (”java”) :

Image8: Configuring “java” for execution

7_Configure java

Image9: Verifying the “java” tool added in the “Tools” Menu

8_VerifyRunJavaProgramInToolsMenu

Image10: Compiling a Java Program

9_Compile Java Program

Image11: Running (Executing) a Java Program by giving the command line arguments

10_Run Java Program with cmd line args

Image12: Output of running the Java Program with command line arguments

11_Run Java Program with cmd line args-output

Image13: Output of running the Java Program without any command line arguments

12_Run Java Program with no cmd line args-output

Hope the series of screenshots helped you configure and run a Java Program in EditPlus.

It would be so nice if you could please share your feedbacks and suggestions if any for the improvement of the material.

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