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    Which IDEs to use for Java in 10.10 x64?

    Can anyone tell me which IDEs to use for C, C++, Java in Ubuntu 10.10 with their versions?

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    Re: Which IDEs to use for Java in 10.10 x64?

    You should use the IDE which suits your needs.

    That said, Eclipse will handle all of the above. You can install eclipse-jdt and eclipse-cdt to cover Java and c/c++.

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    Re: Which IDEs to use for Java in 10.10 x64?

    Quote Originally Posted by ErikNJ View Post
    You can install eclipse-jdt and eclipse-cdt to cover Java and c/c++.
    I have installed jdt and cdt. How can I integrate javadocs both JavaSE and JavaEE with eclipse?

    How can I implement C graphics in eclipse?

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    Re: Which IDEs to use for Java in 10.10 x64?

    Please review the stickies in the Programming Talk sub forum. You might also read the many, many threads there on the same or nearly same subject.
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    Re: Which IDEs to use for Java in 10.10 x64?

    Quote Originally Posted by ArpitRaj View Post
    Can anyone tell me which IDEs to use for C, C++, Java in Ubuntu 10.10 with their versions?
    You can use Netbeans 6.9 IDE and download Nokia QT creator and it will integrate C++ QT in your netbeans IDE automatically and in the plugins you can integrate Java SE and Java EE docs in your IDE

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