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IDE usage in SCJD

 
sree visu
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Can we use Eclipse IDE while programming for the SCJD certification.Is there any suggested IDE that must be used or whether usage of IDE is not allowed

Thanks for your reply in advance
 
Jethro Borsje
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You can use whatever IDE you want, as long as you adhere to the Sun coding guidelines. Personally I am using Eclipse which has a code formatter which formats the code using the Sun coding guidelines. I find this very useful.
 
Jeffry Kristianto Yanuar
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I use NetBeans 6.1. it helps me a lot when it comes to refactoring, debugging, compiling, building, etc.


Jeffry Kristianto Yanuar
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Gilles Marceau
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Hello,

you can use any IDE you like to code the assignment, but keep in mind
that you must code all the code yourself: it means you can't for example
use the Netbeans GUI Builder to create the Swing presentation layer.

Gilles
 
sree visu
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Thankyou everyone for your nice reply.
 
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