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    Hi all.

    I am a University teacher and I am giving an "Introduction to programming" course in Java.

    Some time ago, I saw a tool on the Internet. The tool graphically simulated the execution of a Java program, line by line. It was a kind of IDE with the screen divided in an area for the code, an area for the variables, an area for a graphical representation of objects, an area for the heap (if I remember well).

    The tool went from line to line of code, representing graphically what each line did.

    I can't remember the name of this tool. I have been searching for it using Google for hours and I am desperate.

    Can somebody help me? Thanks in advance,

    Finsals Collons

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    No offense, but your Google skills need improvement :D

    Jeliot - is that what you mean?

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    Thank you, iluxa.:):):) You are right, my Google skills need improvement:)

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    perhaps you mean BlueJ?

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