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Huh? I always use a plain text editor to code Java, Ruby, Perl, etc... Tools or IDEs are tools. This means it should not be a necessary component in your coding. It is to aid you to make life easier. Do not rely on them too much...

Edited: Forgot to say that you could always use command line to compile & run Java.

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This is why I'm glad my first java professor taught java with the console to start out

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Yes dude.. if you hava jdk.. there is not necessary of netbeans..
you can go for notepad (win) or gedit(linux) too

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Huh? I always use a plain text editor to code Java, Ruby, Perl, etc...

Thanks for your advice. I will try it also.

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Thanks for your advice. I will try it also.

If you shy of big IDEs you can always try simple environments like JCreator or Notepad++

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If you shy of big IDEs you can always try simple environments like JCreator or Notepad++

i do not shy with Netbean IDE . I have worked with this also.

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