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WHERE - GUI designer for JBUILDER ???

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I just downloaded JBuilder Enterprise, I do not anything about JAVA yet.

Where do I find a program that allows me to create for example forms, drop down menus, text fields, etc... for JAVA.

I have Borland C++ Builder, and It comes with all those tools, is it there anything like it for JAVA, where ???
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Yes - JBuilder ;-)
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>>  I do not anything about JAVA yet.

If you want a Java tutorial, its here:

http://Java.Sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/

>>  is it there anything like it for JAVA,

There are many ;-) like JBuilder itself, or you can also try Eclipse:

http://www.eclipse.org
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by:probine
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I want to make a simple program that prints "hello" in a form.

Could you help me with the code and how to compile it ??
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