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Eclips or Netbeans

 
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Hi,

I am new for Java & want to know whether Eclips is good to start or Netbeans...

where did i get online doc for above....?

thanks...
 
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I think Eclipse is the best!
It has a lot of community support and it is faster than Netbeans
May be eclipse is some point not suitable for some situations like lack of
working as a whole or graphical design&code, but if you want to be a programmer who codes everthing with your hands it really rocks.

Don't forget that this is my opinion, Netbeans also have a lot of good functionality but I think IDE is Eclipse
[ October 17, 2008: Message edited by: Anut Walidera ]
 
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but which one is professionaly used mostly....
 
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When getting started with Java and when studying for the SCJP we STRONGLY recommend NOT using any IDE. Use the command line until you understand what's going on behind the scenes. The entire SCJP exam was created and tested from the command line.

hth,

Bert
 
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