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10-30-2009 03:30 AM
when i'm writing app i would like to test some of the functionalities on the simulator. sometimes i need to print smth to know in which part of program i'm or for some other reasons. i do not want to use alerts!!! so i simply try to use
System.out.println("test"); but it does not work, i mean it does not appear on the output console. it is strange cause when i try it for midlet for s40 it works and text is printed..
how can i make it work also for bb simulator?
10-30-2009 03:52 AM
nothing happens.. (i've started using netbeans and maybe i use the debugger wrong). but i remeber when using eclipse System.out.println.. did not also work. does it work for You?
10-30-2009 03:55 AM
The text you are displaying is very small.
Simulator might be printing but you are not able to see it.
Display a long string.
and mark a breakpoint.
and then run the application.
It will display
10-30-2009 04:04 AM
it really does show nothing! i set on this line "toogle line breakpoint" i've set a long text:
System.out.println("this is only a testxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" +
but nothing happens,nothing shows up when i run simulator..
07-29-2011 09:24 PM
I have never had this problem on a Simulator. Recompile and restart your Simulator, put a break point immediately after the System.out.println, and check the debug window.