Note especially:

*char Return_On_End* Return immediately from Qp0zRunTerminal()
<> when the
interpreter process ends. By default, Qp0zRunTerminal()
<> waits for the
user to press either the F3 or F12 command key before returning when the
interpreter process ends.
So I think w/r/t your standard Java terminal application, they've already
written the terminal invocation and it uses the default, i.e., to wait for
the F-key press. Maybe you can write a CL that invokes the terminal and
then runs your Java process and your terminal setup will be used by that
Java process and will behave as you wish.

On Wed, Jan 25, 2023 at 8:50 AM Jack Woehr <jwoehr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Kevin Adler points me to Qp0zStartTerminal()--Start a Generic Terminal


*JACK WOEHR, IBM Champion 2021-2023


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