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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Running and Debugging

You may launch your Java programs from the workbench.  The programs may be launched in either run or debug mode.

  • In run mode, the program executes, but the execution may not be suspended or examined.
  • In debug mode, execution may be suspended and resumed, variables may be inspected, and expressions may be evaluated.

Related concepts
Debugger
Remote debugging
Local debugging

Related tasks
Changing debugger launch options
Choosing a JRE for launching a project
Creating a Java scrapbook page
Disconnecting from a VM
Launching a Java program
Local debugging
Preparing to debug
Re-launching a program
Remote debugging
Resuming the execution of suspended threads
Setting execution arguments
Stepping through the execution of a program
Suspending threads

Related reference
Run Menu
Debug view
Debug Preferences
Console Preferences


 
 
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