I have a loop in my program that asks the user to enter a number,I want that if the user presses the 'enter' key instead of entering any number,then the loop should exit.
But I don't know how to detect the 'enter' key as I am not using any GUI or ActionListener classes,is there some ASCII code for the enter key,that I can read and exit the loop.
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Introduce Scanner class:
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While installing Eclipse in windows, got one error like above and unable to proceed with the installation.
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