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    Jul 2003

    java compiler

    Well, unfortunately through all my searching and such, I cannot find a good Java compiler. I need whichever one would allow me to go into a DOS prompt and type javac (program name) and then work from there. Unfortunately Windows didnt come with one, well, as far as I know. I searched my disks and such pretty deeply so I wouldnt seem like I was too lazy to search. Thank you in advance.
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    well, why don't you just download java SDK from sun? it will require that you set the PATH environment and then you'll be able to do what you want... latest version is J2SE v 1.4.2_01 SDK

    here is the link: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/download.html

    and good luck with it

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    Download the Personal JBuilder from Borland its free and comes with almost everything you need to program in java plus more! I know you want a command prompt one but if you are learning Java go with this.

    JBuilder comes with the java SDK Kit and the Java Runtime Environment

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    While spending my time at this site, God gave me a vision to download Netbeans 3.5.1 or whatever version i have. Anyways, this compiler is AWESOME!!! It looks beautiful, it is very easy to use and understand, and it will make Java actually kinda fun (Yes, i am a C++ programmer). Anyways get it at www.netbeans.org NOW! They support Mac OS X, Linux, Windows, etc...

    If Mircosoft made a compiler that was HALF as good as this one is, they would sell it for at least 100 bucks...anyways, get it, it is very elegant, kinda like codewarror, just not as lame...
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