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The jconsole is used to monitor application performance. Using the jconsole you can monitor the memory, threads, information from the java virtual machine, and class loading information. System.out.println will not display output in the "jconsole", rather in the normal console. If you're running the java program from the command line, you will see the output in the command window. If you're running the script in an IDE, the IDE should contain its own console.