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In an emulator, System.out.println() usually outputs to the emulator console or log. In a real device, it may just get junked. However, some devices echo standard output and standard error to their serial ports, so if you plug in a terminal or terminal emulator, you might be able to see the output.


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Posted by David Jones, on Friday, 31 March 2006 at 11:01

Using mpowerplayer on OS X System.out.println sends output to console.log which is viewable using Console.app (in Applications/Utilities)


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