- LetterInventory.class, a class to help you count, add, and subtract letters from words and phrases
- LetterInventory.jar, JAR archive version for Eclipse
For those using Eclipse, you should include
LetterInventory.jar in your project. To add the JAR file to your project, select your project, go to the Projects menu and select Properties, then Java Build Path, then Libraries, then click Add JARs. When you add
LetterInventory.jar to the build path, it should work.
For those using jGRASP or another basic editor, just put
LetterInventory.class in the same folder as your program.
Sometimes this program produces a lot of output. If you run it in jGRASP, it will display just 500 lines of output. In Windows, If you want to see more, go to the Build menu and select the Run in MSDOS Window option. Then when the window pops up, right-click on the title bar of the window, select Properties, and under the Layout tab you should be able to adjust the Screen Buffer Size Height to something higher (like 9999 lines).