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What is the difference between jshell and java-repl? When are you using which tool?
In the videos before, jshell was used, now you only talk about java-repl. I want to know, what is the difference and when to use which tool.
jshell is an official java REPL included with the JDK.
java-repl is another REPL but from a third party source.
They have different syntax for commands like
:load for java-repl and
/open for jshell but you should be able to do most of things that we do in TreeHouse with either tool.
Personally, I just follow along with whatever REPL the teacher is using.