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How to run java in Xcode ?

 
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Hi friends

I m new to Xcode IDE could any one help me How to write java code in Xcode and compile it ?
 
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Have you consulted the extensive documentation that comes with XCode?
 
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No where it is located ?
 
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It's integrated with XCode, but otherwise resides somewhere in the "/Developer" hierarchy.
 
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Personally, I'd go the route of ItelliJ, Eclipse, or Netbeans (in that order of preference) before I'd use XCode for java development. I can hardly stand XCode for iPhone dev.
 
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