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How to use scrapbook



Information
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Operating system used
Windows Vista Home Premium SP 1

Software prerequisites
Eclipse 3.4 (Ganymede)


Procedure
  1. Start Eclipse and create a Java Project, for example: Demo


    Create Java project

  2. Create the following file:

    package com.mobilefish;

    public class Test {
       public static void main(String[] args) {
          System.out.println("Hello World");
       }
    }


  3. Right click in the Package Explorer view and select: New | Other.

  4. Expand folder Java | Java Run/Debug, select Scrapbook page and press Next button.

    Select Scrapbook page

  5. Enter the location and the Scrapbook file name (e.g. MyScratch) and press Finish button.

    Create Scrapbook page



  6. Enter the following code in the MyScratch.jpage.

    for(int i=0; i<10; i++) {
       System.out.println("Test");
    }


  7. Highlight this code, right click and select Execute.

    Execute code

  8. The output is displayed in the console window.

    Output in console window

  9. To execute the Test.java main method from the Scrapbook, enter the following code in the MyScratch.jpage.

    String[] args = {}; {
    com.mobilefish.Test.main(args);


    Highlight this code, right click and select Execute.

    Note:
    If you select Display instead of Execute, you will see the net return value of the code you have highlighted in the Scrapbook.