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    Default IDE with auto completion?

    Is there a java IDE with code completion? I kinda like eclipse... But, I really like the features of Zend that I use for coding php!

    The Zend suggestion/code completion feature:
    http://www.designermichael.com/hotli...deComplete.gif

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    I don't know about Zend, but all of the new Java IDE has auto completion feature with them. Did you try Netbeans, JIdea and so on?

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    I hate making really short posts, but perhaps there is a Java plugin for Zend?
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    try Gel

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    Almost every single IDE I have used has auto completion... I only use Eclipse now and I find it very, very good. I would suggest sticking with Eclipse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonCash View Post
    Almost every single IDE I have used has auto completion... I only use Eclipse now and I find it very, very good. I would suggest sticking with Eclipse!
    :D Eclipse lover.

    All it depends on how far user know to working with IDE. Almost every IDE has lots of features and, I think only few people know to handle all of them!!

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    :D Eclipse lover.
    Damn right! Eclipse is the nuts! lol I love it ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonCash View Post
    Damn right! Eclipse is the nuts! lol I love it ;)
    Ok, I want to know one thing. I used Netbeans and when I built the project it gives the package as a collection of jar files and library folders.

    How about in Eclipse. Is it give a single jar file? Or...:o

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    When you compile a project in Eclipse it puts the package which is a directory in the 'workspace' Inside this package is 'bin' and 'src' directories containing the .java & .class files. No Jar files are created unless you export the project as a .jar

    I'm guessing NetBeans does this because its designed for GUIs?
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