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Executing java program without bringing up the DOS window..How?

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Hi,

How do I execute my java program without bring up the DOS window?
Thanks
Gamestor
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You can write a short little program to exec either jrew or javaw.  Alternatively, you can just create a shortcut to either one of these executables if you don't mind hardcoding the path in the shortcut.
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Hi Tarlton,

How come I have never heard of JAVAW?  Let me test this when I get home and will surely give you the grade for this.

In the mean time, I am writing a small editor that has one button that will compile the program when I click on it.  Do you know how I can compile it without opening the DOS window?

Thanks
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