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ElTorro
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May 13 2008 10:38am
for beginners I would recommend Dr Java... it's pretty good and most beginning programming classes that teach Java use that one. Afterwards I would recommend Eclipse or NetBeans... both are really good.
I like Visual Cafe also... dunno if anyone else shares my opinion
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Jun 15 2008 02:35pm
for beginners I would recommend Dr Java... it's pretty good and most beginning programming classes that teach Java use that one. Afterwards I would recommend Eclipse or NetBeans... both are really good.
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Jun 15 2008 02:39pm
for beginners I would recommend Dr Java... it's pretty good and most beginning programming classes that teach Java use that one. Afterwards I would recommend Eclipse or NetBeans... both are really good.
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Jun 15 2008 02:45pm
for beginners I would recommend Dr Java... it's pretty good and most beginning programming classes that teach Java use that one. Afterwards I would recommend Eclipse or NetBeans... both are really good.
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Jun 15 2008 02:49pm
ld recommend Dr Java... it's pretty good and most beginning programming classes that teach Java use that one. Afterwards I would recommend Eclipse or NetBeans... both are really good.
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