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which editor to use

 
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i am preparing for scjp 1.5 .can any body suggest me is it better to use a editor like edit plus or just note pad.(i am asking this because as exam tests syntax skills also i feel its better to practice in note pad as we need to check for synatx errors )
 
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Yes, the best editor for the exam is a simple text editor.
 
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The best editor is notepad for the exam. So its individual choice
 
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Try TextPad. You can edit,compile and run programs all at one place but without syntax checking or some special help.
 
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BlueJis very good simple Java IDE for beginners.
creates basic UML diagrams which also aids in preparing for SJCP exam.
Alex
 
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Originally posted by Alex Khvatov:
BlueJis very good simple Java IDE for beginners.
creates basic UML diagrams which also aids in preparing for SJCP exam.
Alex



Agreed. I often use BlueJ for trying the examples presented in this forum.
(I use Eclipse professionally)
 
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