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NX: Using an IDE (like NetBeans 3.5)

 
Mark Waldrop
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I have read in the instructions for my assignment:
"You are permitted to use any IDE tool you choose, but you must not submit any code tha is not your own work. The final program must have no dependencies on any libraries other than those of the Java 2 platform."
Does this mean that we cannot use the wizards for creating basic start file (i.e. include all methods to be overwritten, quick autocomments, etc.)? I just want to be sure. I honestly don't see how they could detect that anyways.
Thanks,
Mark
 
Xie Ruchang
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Hi Mark,
I am using Eclipse and the IDE helps me in generating JavaDoc params and comments etc. I think that is OK. What is not acceptable is I guess if you using NetBeans wizard for generating your Swing code.
Best Regards,
Frankie
 
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