How about F6 :D
I prefer ALT+SHIFT+R ..
F3 is another beast
I LOVE F8 TOO ;)
crl 1 is the best in eclipse.
Ah, it's a nice editor. I have used it few times. Not bad, especially for newbie.
I use Notepad ++ . . i think its brilliant!!
I really like eclipse. A little off-topic but not really when I move to C++ I think I'm going to use visual studios,
Eclipse rocks! and the Votes also say the same thing :)
I use JCreator :p I like it! I'd like to use NetBeans I heared it's awesome,but I'm a newbie and I gotta stick with JCreator 'till I get to the next level and I use NetBeans by then LOL what do you think?
Did you aver try on NetBeans. Try yourself first pal.
I vote to NetBeans!! It's awesome! I tried Jcreator was more faster, but i don't want to buy so I choose NetBeans. I wish to make this IDE more faster some day :)
Eclipse is Owning. . . =P
Im also a Netbeans user. 6.1 is not that slow anymore. NEtbeans is a userfriendly IDE. You have the option to hardcode or use the build in feature. Just click and drag and the Netbeans will generate the code. The Only downfall is you need a LOT of RAM! about 1GB minimum if you will use j2EE. =) If you are running on 256mb the Compiling time and dispatch time of J2EE is around 12-15 Minutes per 1 set of Codes. =( But the Best part of Netbeans 6.0.1 and 6.1 is how the IDE handles error. There is this new Squiggle in 6.0.1 and 6.1 it is in color Yellow and Gray. The red means error and clicking the sidebar will show you the error and possible solutions. The Yellow Squiggle, tells that you are most likely double declaring the same variable. And the Gray Squiggle tells you that you havent used that Variable yet or havent used at all. ^_^ Netbeans is a Great IDE for Begginers. =P You can also add the javadocs to the IDE so that when you press Ctrl+Space it also shows the description of the command you selected. =P
EditPlus is good, at least for beginners like yours truly.
P.S. My first post here... wheeeee! :)
Welcome to our community. :)
First time I heard about that IDE. I don't know how far it's advanced like most popular IDEs available at the time.
Thanks for the warm welcome.
Yup... EditPlus can, at best, be considered a very good replacement for Notepad (I know that doesn't speak volumes for it's quality). But I also remember working with Eclipse for the first time and also the bewilderment that followed, hence the newbie in me says "EditPlus" :D
Looking forward to graduate to using Eclipse, though
How about NetBeans, did you try it. What a nice IDE. ;)
I don't see TJI in your Java IDE list. I have just released version 3.0 (which requires Java 1.6).
I will be happy to receive comments from anyone who'd like to try the latest version. It is written in Java and is simply one jar file - yet it has a lot of great features and is surprisingly fast (it launches and is ready in about 1 second).
See TJI Java IDE for more details and to download.