Comment on Tutorial - Execute system commands in a Java Program By Rajan



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Comment Added at : 2012-01-13 12:55:09

Comment on Tutorial : Execute system commands in a Java Program By Rajan
oh tnx a lot!i'v been lookin for a code like this!this really helps me.so can i modify it so that it can write,say,a certain output from it to a certain application that is stil running?or what i tryna say is,can mi java program interact with the applications themseves??
thx in advance for your help! :-)


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