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    thenarin is offline Member
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    Default New to java, need tools

    My company change ms to openoffice. And not easy to create macro with openoffice. So I decide to start Java cause I found it can run anywhere.. anyone can advise me some visualized tools for application development. I need to start.

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    Narin

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    If your talking about IDE's or text editors theres a thread in here with a bunch of links to some http://http://www.java-forums.org/ne...your-code.html

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    Thanks for quick reply. I need GUI tool to development.

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    Take a look at Eclipse or NetBeans. Both are very sophisticated IDE's (Integrated Development Environment). They are widely used, are very well documented and have a large user/support base.

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