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  1. #1
    Peter Mount Guest

    JCreator and MS J++

    Hello

    I'm just starting with JCreator for my Java course at school. I'm doing a
    Diploma in IT (part time)

    I also own a copy of MS J++ Professional (as part of Visual Studio 6
    Enterprise). After I finish learning Java with JCreator would it be worth my
    while learning to use my copy of J++ Professional?

    I'm currently on a limited budget and I guess I just want to see what I can
    do with what I've already got. My main goal is to get work with databases.

    Thanks

    Peter Mount
    info@petermount.au.com



  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: JCreator and MS J++


    No. Throw it away. It is very, very outdated. You should be able to find
    cheap/free current Java IDEs.

    www.eclipse.org
    www.netbeans.org

    for starters.

    You can usually download entry level versions of VAJ, Forte, etc.

    Mark

    "Peter Mount" <pamount@iprimus.com.au> wrote:
    >Hello
    >
    >I'm just starting with JCreator for my Java course at school. I'm doing

    a
    >Diploma in IT (part time)
    >
    >I also own a copy of MS J++ Professional (as part of Visual Studio 6
    >Enterprise). After I finish learning Java with JCreator would it be worth

    my
    >while learning to use my copy of J++ Professional?
    >
    >I'm currently on a limited budget and I guess I just want to see what I

    can
    >do with what I've already got. My main goal is to get work with databases.
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >Peter Mount
    >info@petermount.au.com
    >
    >



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