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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Executing an expression

Executing an expression evaluates an expression but does not display a result.

If you select the expression to execute and click the Execute button in the toolbar, no result is displayed, but the code is executed.  

For example, if you type and highlight System.out.println("Hello World"), and click the Execute button, Hello World appears in the Console view, but no result is displayed in the scrapbook editor or the Expressions view.

Related concepts
Java views

Related tasks
Displaying the result of evaluating an expression
Inspecting the result of evaluating an expression
Viewing runtime exceptions

Related reference
Expressions view
Console view


 
 
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