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    Default [SOLVED] command line arguments using IDE

    Hi ,I know about ommandline arguments and I know how to use it using command prompt ,but how can i pass these arguments using IDE.
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    what ide are you using?
    It's easy to write a code that computers can understand...
    ... the challenge is to write a code that humans can understand

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    thanks for quick reply .I am using NetBeans IDE

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    there should be some kind of run configurations that allow you to add in arguments

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    right click your project then goto setconfiguration then select customize then enter your argument in the argument's tab
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