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Old 08-24-2004, 06:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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alright, what are the good java compilers out there? i dont care if i need to "buy" it. At our school we use jcreator, a free compiler, i want to know if there is anything better out there.

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Here is a list of java compilers :
Newbie: JDK. I like JDeveloper and JBuilder.

JDK¡¡ Eclipse¡¡ JDeveloper¡¡ Visual Cafe¡¡ NetBeans ÓëSun Java Studio 5
Java Workshop¡¡ WebLogic Workshop¡¡ JRUN¡¡ JCreator¡¡ Microsoft Visual J++
ANT¡¡ IntelliJ IDEA¡¡ Visual Cafe for Java

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