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    Java compiler


    Im looking for a java compiler.

    Id like one that kind of met the following requirements, so if you know of one that matches some of these requirements can you please say what its called. Thanks

    1. Must have a GUI interface.
    2. I want it so i can click on a class i have wrote and see the source for that class only (not the entire project code all in one).

    The next one isnt essential but it would be nice

    3. Say if i write "import" id like it to show a list of all the possible classes/methods that can be used after the fullstop.

    Basically im looking for something like JDevelepor or JCreator for windows. Thanks

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    There's actually 2 Java "Studio" that I really like Eclipse and NetBeans

    Both are really fast and reliable.
    I've played with both of them and they both offer +/-. I personnaly like Eclipse better as it's plugin database suites my needs more then NetBeans..

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    I too would recommend Eclipse. I use it at work for Java development.
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