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    Default How to install window based Java?

    Dear all,
    This is my first post. Hence, please ignore any mistake while describing the query. I want to run Java Programming Language. Is there any site, i can download and run my programs rather than going to command prompt?

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    You don't need the command prompt if your programs use GUI for user communication.
    If you put your programs into an executable jar file, you can double click on the jar file to start the program. No command prompt needed.

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    You can download an IDE such as Eclipse or Netbeans.
    "Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want" (Dan Stanford)
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    I wouldn't want the overhead of an IDE just to execute my java program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dharmesh View Post
    Dear all,
    This is my first post. Hence, please ignore any mistake while describing the query. I want to run Java Programming Language. Is there any site, i can download and run my programs rather than going to command prompt?

    Thanks
    Dharmesh:)
    Is that your code just in a Jar file of do you have all *.class files or *.java files? In which format you've it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I wouldn't want the overhead of an IDE just to execute my java program.
    I agreed. If it's just a jar package why we need to bother about IDEs, command prompt is more than enough for me.

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