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How to supply arguments using JBuilder?

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While in console you can execute java with arguments like:
java argName argAge
But how do you do it with JBuilder?
Thanks.
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In the Project menu - select Project properties and then go to the Run tab

enter your parameters:

argName argAge

in the Application parameters edit box

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thanks Venci.
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