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Socoder -> Web Development -> Java Editor

Posted : Thursday, 15 September 2011, 22:21
dna
Which is the better editor for Java?
Posted : Thursday, 15 September 2011, 22:21
JL235
Use either NetBeans or Eclipse. Personally I prefer NetBeans, as it's more stable and generally better implemented, however it's also slower. But Eclipse is an excellent IDE in it's own right.

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Posted : Thursday, 15 September 2011, 23:51
Cower
I personally prefer Eclipse for when I have to work in that soul-rending language, but NetBeans is just as capable.