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Stephen Little
Stephen Little
8,312 Points

Java Work space on local computer

Is there a way that I can make a workspace environment on my local computer?

2 Answers

Yongshuo Wang
Yongshuo Wang
5,500 Points

If you are beginner with JAVA, I will suggest you can setup the javac and java in your computer.

For windows, download and install JDK for developer. Configure your env PATH. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1678520/javac-not-working-in-windows-command-prompt

For Linux, use sudo apt-get install

Hi Stephen,

Consider an IDE like Eclipse, Netbeans, or IntelliJ.