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Learn to Program with Minecraft Plugins, 2nd Edition by Andy Hunt

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Use the Command Line

The command line looks something like this on my computer. Yours may use different colors and fonts, and you can usually set these to your liking. I apparently prefer black letters on a tan background:

images/Terminal.png

You access the command line a little differently depending on the kind of operating system you’re running, which will be one of these:

Windows comes with a very bare-bones command line. You get to it by running cmd.exe. If your version of Windows has a “Start” command, then you might be able to select Start -> Run and enter cmd.exe or just use the search box that comes up to find and run cmd.exe. But I don’t recommend using ...

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