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Pieter Jacobs
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Hi guys,

For the SCJD exam, am I allowed to use any editor etc. - from Notepad++, to NetBeans, to Eclipse, to Ant ?

Thanks,
Pieter
 
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Hi Pieter,

First of all your name sounds very Dutch. From Belgium or maybe the Netherlands. I'm from Belgium btw.

I used Eclipse for development. I think you can use any editor you want, as long as the code you submit is your code and not created/generated via a wysiwyg-editor (for the gui part). and you use only java classes from jdk and no other 3rd party libraries (spring, log4j,...)

And i also created an Ant-build file for my jar and used JUnit to create some tests (but submitted none of these, only the required resources)

Kind regards,
Roel
 
Pieter Jacobs
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Hi Roel,

I'm actually from a sunny South Africa, or let me think about that one :-), it's winter now - so still sunny but cold. The weather should be nice in Belgium now?

Thanks for the reply!, I'll start configuring my stuff.

Enjoy the evening.
Pieter

 
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Hi Pieter,

Yeah, South Africa was the other option The Dutch from Belgium and the Afrikaans from South Africa are very related. So we should be able to conversate in our native language and not have real problems understanding each other

Although it is winter in South Africa i guess temperatures are 20 degrees instead of 35 Weather should still be better than here in Belgium, but this week it was nice with a 25 degrees

Good luck with your assignment
Prettige avond (good evening)
Kind regards,
Roel
 
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