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What are the current Programing tools avaliable for
1. C++
2. Jave
3. Xmotif/ other GUI
4. word prosesor/office tools
Does linux have also visual tools for the above ? Which ones ?
Where can i find more info on the subject?
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>    1. C++
GNU gcc/g++. This is an excellent compiler. egcs is a new generation of this compiler. If you want an IDE there are many available. My favorite is RHIDE. There are also several commercial ones.

>    2. Java
There's a port of the Java Development Kit. It's not officially supported by Sun but it's there and many people use it.

>    3. Xmotif/ other GUI
There's the excellent Qt library for crossplatform X and Win32 GUI development. If I needed to do X programming I'd use Qt. There is also a free version of Motif called Lesstif.

>    4. word prosesor/office tools
ApplixWare: www.applix.com
StarOffice: www.stardivision.com
Corel WordPerfect for Linux: linux.corel.com

>    Does linux have also visual tools for the above ? Which ones ?
>    Where can i find more info on the subject
www.linux.org has a lot of general info like this.

Good luck!
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