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Old October 17th, 2005, 10:12 AM
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Hi all

Just bought Ivor's book for a course I'm starting next year. This year I've been using JBuilder which I like but I wanted to get 'back to basics' to work through this book. In the first section Ivor recommends using a basic text editor to minimize the help you get from an IDE. I totally agree with this but I was surprised when I downloaded his recommended program (JCreator) to find it was similar (and in some ways better) than JBuilder.

So have I got the wrong end of the stick here? Is there another, no frills, version of JCreator or should I resist temptation and just stick with good ol faithful notepad?

 
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You could try http://www.notetab.com/. I use to use this in school. Though I don't see the problem with using somethng like Jcreator. If you don't want to use the whistles and bells you don't have to. It is handy to have something which colour codes and indents your code for you. As long as it doesn't generate code that you don't really need to be there then it's fine.

 
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Jcreator works great and you don't have to use it to generate code. Just use the basics and compile and execute from the command prompt if you want.
 
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xfu.boywz@gmail.com give me a E-mail,i will send the IDE of Jcreater to u ~~

 
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hi all,

      can anybody explains how to use lucene package in java with examples
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