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Ola,

I am looking to develop a java application in java 1.0, This becuase I want it to run on as much java enabled systems as possible.
Also I am looking for a good free IDE that actually compiles projects that work and contains something like intellisense.
I found 1 but when i run the programm i get error message about a classpath not being right or something.

How can I get going most easily?
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    by:CEHJ
    http://mindprod.com/jgloss/classpath.html

    Is one of the things you have to get your head around for Java
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    >>I am looking to develop a java application in java 1

    You should *generally* be OK if you avoid use of Swing and collection classes. I'll leave the scores of others to start posting about the best IDE ...
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    by:zzynx
    >> Also I am looking for a good free IDE
    Open Source IDEs in Java: http://java-source.net/open-source/ides
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    by:TimYates
    You should be ok with java 1.1.7

    I *believe* that works on all VMs, and if memory serves me right, it's the least buggy 1.1 release ;-)
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    by:Amritpal Singh
    jcreator,kawa,netbeans ides are freewares
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    by:Giant2
    Generally you can compile "Java 1 compatible" using the most common IDE (listed in the above post).
    A mainstone are the swings. In Java1 they are a separated library. So for example if you run your Applet with MicrosoftJavaVirtualMachine, these swing classes must be inserted in the classpath and installed on each machine where the applet is executing.

    For the particular you use, what it the error?

    Bye, Giant.
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    by:DaFou
    CEHJ: I want to learn about classpath when the time is right.
    For now all i care about is an IDE WITH intellisence ( or something like it ) that can compile and run a Hello World program easily just like Visual j++
    Also are you impling I can use any java version and it will run anywhere aslong as I avoid sertain stuff in it?

    zzynx: Does that IDE meet my requirements?

    TimYates: How do i get my hands on that version? please provide a URL?

    amrit_82: Do those IDE's meet my requirements?

    Giant2: I dont remember the error message. Basicly I am looking for an IDE that does not generate an error on a simple Hello World Program. ALso I am not going to make an applet.
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    >> Does that IDE meet my requirements?
    I use netBeans (www.netbeans.org) and that one meets your requirements, yes.
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    Using a IDE will actually only be useful to you when you're more experienced. Not only will it steepen your learning curve as you'll have to learn the language *and* the editor, but it will conceal from you certain things you need to know as a Java programmer, the classpath being just one of these.
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    zzynx, heheh this netbeans IDE does not have a template for a hello world command line program :-(

    any tips?
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    found it :-)
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    :-)
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    by:TimYates
    :-)
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    by:zzynx
    Thanks
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    by:Giant2
    :)
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    :0
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