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Old January 25th, 2005, 11:34 AM
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As someone new to programming I'm looking for a simple editor to use for Java. I used "Textpad" last semester and I'm now looking for something equally simple but in addition checks syntax. Any suggestions?
BTW: I don't know if it makes a difference but I'm running XP2 and Java SDK 1.4
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As someone new to programming I'm looking for a simple tutorial which will help me develope myself
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It's not simple, but it doesn't eat rediculous amounts of resources or require multiple instances for multiple files. Our school has us using JCreator, and I consider it quite good thus far.

www.jcreator.com

 
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I've quite enjoyed jEdit - you can also see the source code which is all java.

http://jedit.org

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quote:Originally posted by ciderpunx
 I've quite enjoyed jEdit - you can also see the source code which is all java.

http://jedit.org
What plugin do you have to install with jEdit to run java programs. Also, how do you compile and run classes that are in packages with jEdit?




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