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    Do you know name of this program that can check for the syntax of your code while type for JAVA? I can't seem to find it..

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    won't javac let you know of any errors you made in your code if you try to compile your file?

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    Originally posted by Falcon
    Do you know name of this program that can check for the syntax of your code while type for JAVA? I can't seem to find it..
    Don't even understand the question. "while type for JAVA"????

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    are you refering to an IDE for Java where there are features like syntax highlight and auto code completion?
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    I think he meant "check code syntax as you type". Borland's JBuilder has this functionality.

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    (almost) all java IDE got this function, but if u wanna see the error when u compile, u still can used JAVAC

    -Andre

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    Tks for all the replies. I have downloaded JCREATOR. Actually the one that my friend was referring to was JPAD PRO.

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    try eclipse

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    Originally posted by maddog
    try eclipse
    Tks, is it a freeware? I din know got such programs ard to do all these. Normaly I use notepad to program my Java stuff.

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    Originally posted by Falcon


    Tks, is it a freeware? I din know got such programs ard to do all these. Normaly I use notepad to program my Java stuff.
    free
    eclipse

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    Nothing, I repeat, nothing beats JBuilder.

    FYI, the Open Edition of JBuilder is free for non-commercial and/or academic use.

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    Jbuilder is very slow compared to C++ Builder. Cant stand it. Anyway its best to just have a text editor and the API next to you. That shd be sufficient : )

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    Wait till you try delphi....
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    Originally posted by camerakit
    Wait till you try delphi....
    Oohh... a Delphite Programmer! Right on, man, right on!

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    Originally posted by cccp
    Jbuilder is very slow compared to C++ Builder. Cant stand it.
    You're comparing an apple to an orange liao.

    Anyway its best to just have a text editor and the API next to you. That shd be sufficient : )
    Yap, that should be sufficient to create a Hello World app. Anything "complicated" than that will take an order of magnitude more as compared to when you're using an IDE.

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