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  1. #1
    Jeff Johnson Guest

    Getting Started


    What's the cheapest/best way to get set up for developing in Java?

    (I run Windows 2000 on my dev machine... and I'm presently working with C.)

    Thanks in advance...

  2. #2
    Ako Guest

    Re: Getting Started


    Get the latest edition of Java SDK and you can download the comunity version
    of Forte for java CE if you prefer working with IDEs right from the begining.

    Ako


    "Jeff Johnson" <johnsonjs@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >What's the cheapest/best way to get set up for developing in Java?
    >
    >(I run Windows 2000 on my dev machine... and I'm presently working with

    C.)
    >
    >Thanks in advance...



  3. #3
    linga Guest

    Re: Getting Started


    "Ako" <ays73@hotmail.com> wrote: ays73@hotmail.com ays73@hotmail.com ays73@hotmail.com
    >
    >Get the latest edition of Java SDK and you can download the comunity version
    >of Forte for java CE if you prefer working with IDEs right from the begining.
    >
    >Ako
    >
    >
    >"Jeff Johnson" <johnsonjs@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>What's the cheapest/best way to get set up for developing in Java?
    >>
    >>(I run Windows 2000 on my dev machine... and I'm presently working with

    >C.)
    >>
    >>Thanks in advance...

    >



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