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    nishant_nms New Member

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    I need a JAVA IDE for my study. Suggest me the best IDE and what is NetBeans
     
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    NetBeans is a Java IDE itself. Its good, or you can even try Eclipse, I liked that.
     
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    Is NetBean the best or some other IDE
     
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    Sykora I see right through you.

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    For some reason I don't hold with IDEs anymore. I'm sticking with my editor. There are some cool ways to turn it into an IDE like environment, but retaining its functionality. I've tried eclipse, and It's good. Just because I don't know how to use it doesn't mean it's useless :)
     
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    Ok If I use NetBeans. Ishould prefer version 5.0 or 5.5 Beta
     
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    DukeNukem Come get Some

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    You can use KAWA or GEL both of them rocks.
     
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    NetBeans or Eclipse are for Java Pros. It takes some time to learn how to do things
    properly!! You can try JCreator. Get it from here.
    It comes with a Pro version (shareware) & another one is free. You can also try
    NetBeans IDE BlueJ Edition. It's for programmers new to Java, also for school
    students learning Java. It' s very easy to use. Get it from here
     
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