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    Default Java online compiler API

    Good day everyone. Have anyone of your tried running a java source code through an online java compiler(in which you will just pass the the source code using a http request, then the compiler will return the output/error of the source code automatically)?. I need some advice. Thanks.

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    How does that compiler handle 'import' statements? Does it have all referenced .java and/or .class files or does it ask for them?

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    Argh, I hate it when people don't ask what they actually want to know. "I need some advice". On what, how to boil an egg?

    I assume you are actually look for a site recommendation. I don't use them myself as compiling offline is a hundred times easier and faster, but a quick Google for "java online execution" returned this as the first hit which looks alright:

    Compile and Execute Java online


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    @JosAH, to the first question: it could be included in the the source code being passed using a http request. To the second question: no, just the source code if possible.

    @gimbal2, i tried googling(before posting here) but i didn't get what i need. My thread content implies passing "...the source code using a http request, then the compiler will return the output/error of the source code automatically...". There's no need to view in a specific website. Btw, i know how to boil an egg, my mother taught me when i was a younger boy.

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    Default Re: Java online compiler API

    Quote Originally Posted by jairoh_ View Post
    @JosAH, to the first question: it could be included in the the source code being passed using a http request. To the second question: no, just the source code if possible.
    What to do then if you don't have all the sources but you do use certain .jar files? (e.g. Apache stuff).

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