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Hi Everybody

This is javeed from india i want little information on how i can practice java on unix os. please help me

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Javeed
 
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hi javeed,
how do you mean?
compiling code? download from Sun jdk...
or?
Download eclipse, use kate,joe,vi,kdevelop,whatever...and compile after.
or? mock exams? look on javaranch, there is a list...
;-)
[ March 29, 2006: Message edited by: Arno Reper ]
 
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Java is available for Linux and Solaris and works very very similarly to how it works on Win32. The main difference is the use of backslash instead of forward slash for a directory separator and the fact that absolutely everything is case sensitive.
 
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