troubleshooting Question

Printing to the java console from an applet

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I have a java applet which uses System.out.println(), which prints text to the 'java console' - you know that's the small text window that can be found when run through internet explorer or firefox etc. My applet needs to run for about 3 weeks straight, and prints stuff to the console. Is the console robust enough to flush itself when necessary - I mean if I print over the course of a week 1 billion lines of text or something, the console isn't going to crash the system or something, is it? It's smart enough to properly manage memory? I'm wondering because I'll take out all print statements from the applet if necessary, I just need this thing to be up for about 3 weeks,

Dejan Pažin
Head of SW Development

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