I have installed JDK 7. Is it possible to write code in JDK without Netbean IDE ?

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.

Edited 5 Years Ago by Taywin: n/a

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

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

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

Thanks for your advice. I will try it also.

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++

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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