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Finley Burke
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Mr. Burd

Thank you for coming to visit us and all of your answers.

Are the lessons you put in this book how you learned Java or did you learn the "hard way"?

I was wondering if you use an IDE when writing programs?

Can you use J frame when using command line or is it just used with an IDE and do you go into framing in the book?

I have taken programming classes and I am still stuck.

Thanks for all the books and your insight into Java.
 
Joanne Neal
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For the IDE parts of your question you might want to take a look at this discussion
 
Finley Burke
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Joanne Neal wrote:For the IDE parts of your question you might want to take a look at this discussion


Thank you for the response, but I read that topic before posting my questions here.

I was just wondering if sometimes you have to use an IDE or if it is just preference.

Thanks
 
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You never have to use an IDE.
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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