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  • Wordpad

    29 0.64%
  • Notepad

    234 5.12%
  • Emacs

    16 0.35%
  • Gedit

    38 0.83%
  • JGrasp

    124 2.72%
  • Visual J#

    3 0.07%
  • Netbeans

    1,092 23.92%
  • IntelliJIDEA

    59 1.29%
  • Eclipse

    1,871 40.98%
  • JBuilder

    17 0.37%
  • BlueJ

    223 4.88%
  • DrJava

    98 2.15%
  • Adobe Dreamweaver

    9 0.20%
  • BBBEdit

    0 0%
  • JIPE

    1 0.02%
  • GEL

    1 0.02%
  • Vi/Vim

    40 0.88%
  • JCreator

    246 5.39%
  • TextPad

    122 2.67%
  • Other

    150 3.29%
  • Notepad++

    193 4.23%
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    I'm quite the beginner. I use notepad and command prompt. I downloaded Netbeans but unfortunately, I don't appear to be smart enough to deal with all the confusing stuff.
    (for example, whenever I try to run my program, it says it cannot find the main class... i don't get it. The main class is the only class I'm using dang it.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyat77 View Post
    I'm quite the beginner. I use notepad and command prompt. I downloaded Netbeans but unfortunately, I don't appear to be smart enough to deal with all the confusing stuff.
    (for example, whenever I try to run my program, it says it cannot find the main class... i don't get it. The main class is the only class I'm using dang it.)
    The error you comes with is nothing to do with NetBeans or the command prompt. It means that JVM cannot find the main method on your class. Without a main method you cannot run a class.

    As a beginner I suggest you to work on with the command prompt and the notepad. If you can use notepad++. Syntax highlighting is clever feature.

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    I prefer to use Eclipse, and Netbeans as it provides a lot of features to master java codes quickly.

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    hi im new to this site i hope its really helpful to me thx...

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    Quote Originally Posted by masijade View Post
    And yes, you can do just about anything without one, but you can do it so much quicker with one. That is the difference in productivity.
    Yes, I agree. I specially like the intellisense feature of NetBeans. I don't have to stare at my cmd and wait for 100 syntax errors then debug. :p
    [why are you annoyed with my sig?]

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    Guys.

    Really.

    IntelliJ in UNBEATABLE.

    Why argue?

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    i think netbeans is the best choise for java IDE because it is easy to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by karno View Post
    i think netbeans is the best choise for java IDE because it is easy to do
    wow, that's cool :p

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    I use Eclipse, mostly because of the instant syntax error checking, but also because of the color coded text. I also love the feature that when you start to write in a .Method, it automatically checks its method database and shows a list of the methods starting with the same letters that you have typed in.

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    I'm on OS X most of the time and I like Smultron with the Terminal.app. It's got support for syntax highlighting from many languages including Java of course.

    Unfortunately, the original developer has suspended development so I'll be looking to move on unless someone else takes up the reigns. I hope I can find something as easy to use and light weight as Smultron.

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    I use textpad for java and i used to use netbeans but i felt textpad was a bit better althought its is not rich in helpful thing like auto complete

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanjeevtarar View Post
    good idea by Java Tip

    Captain please provide the URL of IDEs so that we can compare the IDEs and will help to choose better one.


    sanjeev
    There is a website called google.
    Click here to go to Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhQ View Post
    There is a website called google.
    Click here to go to Google.
    Wow, snappy comeback to a two-year-old post.

    -Gary-

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcalvin View Post
    Wow, snappy comeback to a two-year-old post.
    Most people clever on that. :D

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    Thanks for posting this list. As a newbie this will help figure what I want to use to write code. thanks.

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    Yes it is. That's why CaptainMorgan start this thread, all members comment on it. This is really useful thread to all members.

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    I use Ready To Program. It uses an older version of java and not the greatest applet viewer, but i like it.

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    Use of old Java version (and all the other applications too) not make sense. You misses lots of advancement in your works. Stay up-to-date.

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    It's still a good IDE though...
    i like it's editor, it's really good.
    If i need to use something not provided by Ready To Program, then i will use the .java file it creates and compile it elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruncher View Post
    It's still a good IDE though...
    i like it's editor, it's really good.
    If i need to use something not provided by Ready To Program, then i will use the .java file it creates and compile it elsewhere.
    Have you tried Eclipse?

    -Gary-

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