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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Process Console

The Process Console shows the output of a process and allows you to provide keyboard input to a process.

Process Console

The Process Console shows three different kinds of text:

  • Standard output
  • Standard error
  • Standard input

The extra commands available in the Process Console are listed below.

Process Console Commands

Command

Name

Description

Availability

Copy Selected Console Material Copy Copies the selected material from the console onto the system clipboard. Context menu
Cut Selected Console Material Cut Copies the selected material to the system clipboard and removes it from the console. Context menu
  Find/Replace Allows you to search for and replace s specified expression. Context menu
Paste Into Console Paste Pastes material saved on the system clipboard into the current console. Context menu
  Preferences... Opens the Console Preference Page, allowing you to customize you consoles. Context menu
Remove All Terminatede Launches Remove All Terminated Launches Removes all of the terminated launches from the current console. Context menu and view action
Remove Current Launch Remove Launch Removes the current launch from the console. View action
Terminate Terminate Terminates the running launch in the current console. View action
  Select All Selects all of the contents of the current console. Context menu
Show Console When Standard Out Changes Show Console When Standard Out Changes Will open (if needed) and bring a console to the front when information is written to the System.out stream View Action
Show Console When Standard Error Changes Show Console When Standard Error Changes Will open (if needed) and bring a console to the front when information is written to the System.err stream View Action

Related concepts

Java views
Java perspectives

Related tasks

Changing the appearance of the console view
Views and editors

Related Reference

Console View
Stacktrace Console
CVS Console


 
 
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