View Poll Results: Which editor you recommended.

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  • Notepad with Command Prompt

    3 23.08%
  • Any Java IDE

    4 30.77%
  • Netbeans

    3 23.08%
  • Eclipse

    3 23.08%
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    I agree that netbeans is much better. Although i did not use eclipse, Eclipse's project concepts and visual presentation looked weird to me when i tried it last time. I guess same applies to Eclipse users. They got used to it and don't want to learn new ways of doing same things until they see some explicit requirement to switch to netbeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by levent View Post
    I agree that netbeans is much better.

    Is there any special things....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruxblack View Post
    Eh?:confused:
    How come?
    Doesn't liberty and freedom a good thing?
    Java itself is a open software right, free in a sort of manner

    On some distance :p

    Ya, Java is free and I don't say that it is worst. But most of the tings a much like rubbish at all.

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    Is there any special things....
    Try that. You should decide whether it is special or not..

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    Quote Originally Posted by levent View Post
    Try that. You should decide whether it is special or not..

    Sorry pal, I don't want to waste my recourses for that:rolleyes: Already I used IntelliJ Idea. That's why ask that question from you;)

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    Sorry pal, I don't want to waste my recourses for that Already I used IntelliJ Idea. That's why ask that question from you
    I see. But i did not use IntelliJ IDEA for long time. :) So i can not tell you its advantages compared to IntelliJ IDEA. But i guess, J2EE and J2ME support of Netbeans should be better than IntelliJ IDEA's. And the most important thing is the recent acceleration of Sun's support on Netbeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by levent View Post
    And the most important thing is the recent acceleration of Sun's support on Netbeans.

    Ya, I agreed with you on this.

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    I havent seen this one mentioned, BlueJ. I think it is good because it gives you a structure and shows you your programs layout in a picture. I tried netbeans once it is too frustrating and annoying. I havent been programming that long but I will be sticking with bluej for a while. (this is not important but the picture is kinda cool. Also I use command prompt. But not in a usual way. I make a jar file then I make a batch file that runs the jar file. This is my version of an executable.

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    Ya, it's true. First of all, this is a too old thread. Even I'm not remeber this. I only put there two most common IDEs. All others are put in one.

    Actually you have a nice thread regading IDEs used in Java.

    Here is the link. You can check it out and put your comments.

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    JCreator is kinda good

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    Thanks for the comment. Actually as I said in my last post we have a nice thread about IDE discussion. I see that you are already commented on that too. So no need to comment here further more pal. This is too old thread actually. :)

    So I'm going to close this thread now. If not users can be confuse with those two threads.

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