How to Properly Run Java Programs That Need Dynamic Program Arguments [Video]
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Some Java programs need dynamic input parameters. Say you want to run a batchjob, which needs a new
runId for every single run. That means you need to remember, before running your program, to set that
runId to a valid number. What if your IDE could help you with that reminder? Find out in this episode how IntelliJ can automatically 'prompt' you BEFORE running your program.
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