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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Console view

This view shows the output of the execution of your program and enables you to enter input for the program.

Console View

The console shows three different kinds of text, each in a different color:

  • Standard output
  • Standard error
  • Standard input

You can choose the different colors for these kinds of text on the preferences pages (Window > Preferences > Debug > Console).

Console View Context Menu

When you right-click in the Console view (or when you press Shift+F10 when the focus is on the Console view), you see the following options:

Edit options: Cut, Copy, Paste, Select All
These options perform the standard edit operations. Which options are available depends on where the focus is in the Console view. For example, you cannot paste text into the program output, but you can paste text to the bottom of the file.
Find/Replace
Opens a Find/Replace dialog that operates only on the text in the Console view.
Go to Line
Opens a dialog that moves the focus to the line you specify. The dialog also indicates the total number of lines in the console buffer.
Terminate
Terminates the process that is currently associated with the console.

Console View Toolbar

Icon Command Description
Terminate icon Terminate Terminates the process that is currently associated with the console.
Remove all Terminated Launches icon Remove all Terminated Launches Removes all terminated launches that are associated with the console.
Scroll Lock icon Scroll Lock Toggles the Scroll Lock.
Clear Console icon Clear Console Clears the console.
Pin Console icon Pin Console Forces the Console view to remain on top of other views in the window area.
Display Selected Console icon Display Selected Console If multiple consoles are open, you can select the one to display from a list.
Minimize Console icon Minimize Console Minimizes the Console view.
Maximize Console icon Maximize Console Maximizes the Console view.

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