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How to fix incompatible JVM issue while installing Eclipse
How to fix incompatible JVM issue while installing Eclipse
While installing Eclipse in windows, got one error like above and unable to proceed with the installation.
This video describes how to successfully install Eclipse.

How to solve incompatible JVM issue while installing Eclipse.
Error - Version 1.7 is not compatible with this product. Version 1.8 or higher required.
Solution- lets follow the steps to solve it.
- Go to google.com search for JAVA SE 8 and download
- As shown in the video select the 64 bit JDK and download
- Follow the steps to Install the JDK as shown in Video.
- Once installed JDK successfully
- Then download 64bit Eclipse and install it.
- Now you have successfully installed JDK and Eclipse
- Eclipse should open now without any issue.
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On Demand Webinar: Networking for the Cloud Era
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On Demand Webinar: Networking for the Cloud Era

Did you know SD-WANs can improve network connectivity? Check out this webinar to learn how an SD-WAN simplified, one-click tool can help you migrate and manage data in the cloud.

Installing Eclipse
Viewers will learn how to properly install Eclipse with the necessary JDK, and will take a look at an introductory Java program.

1. Download Eclipse installation zip file

2. Extract files from zip file

3. Download and install JDK 8

4. Open Eclipse and select workbench location

5. Start new Java Project (Start new class, Code basic Hello World program, Save file, Run as Java application)

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by:Kyle Santos
Great job!
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by:jessesmith smith
For windows
1.Install JDK
To use Eclipse for Java programming, you need to first install Java Development Kit (JDK).
Read  " How to Install JDK (on Windows)".
2.Download
Download Eclipse from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads
3: Unzip
To install Eclipse, simply unzip the downloaded file into a directory of your choice
There is no need to run any installer.
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Exception Handling (Part 1: Introduction)
This theoretical tutorial explains exceptions, reasons for exceptions, different categories of exception and exception hierarchy.
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Installing VisualVM Launcher in Eclipse
This tutorial covers a step-by-step guide to install VisualVM launcher in eclipse.
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Singleton Design Pattern
The viewer will learn how to implement Singleton Design Pattern in Java.
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For Loops in Java
Viewers will learn about the regular for loop in Java and how to use it.

1. Definition

2. Break the for loop down into 3 parts

3. Syntax when using for loops

4. Example using a for loop

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Arithmetic and Boolean Expressions in Java
Viewers will learn about arithmetic and Boolean expressions in Java and the logical operators used to create Boolean expressions. We will cover the symbols used for arithmetic expressions and define each logical operator and how to use them in Boolean expressions.

1. Recap Boolean variables

2. Go over the logical operators available in Java

3. Examples declaring Boolean variables using Boolean expressions

4. Java arithmetic

5. Rules regarding division

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Troubleshooting
Viewers learn how to read error messages and identify possible mistakes that could cause hours of frustration. Coding is as much about debugging your code as it is about writing it.

1. Define Error Message

2. Line Numbers

3. Type of Error

4. Break Down Process

5. Ask for Help

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Loops (Part 2)
Viewers learn about the “for” loop and how it works in Java. By comparing it to the while loop learned before, viewers can make the transition easily. You will learn about the formatting of the for loop as we write a program that prints even numbers.

1. For Loop Formatting

2. Example 1

3. Example 2

4. Example 3

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Conditional Statements (Part 1)
Viewers learn about the conditional statements “if” and “else” and how to use them logically in java. Additionally, they learn about the 6 math operations used for conditional statements to create Boolean values.

1. Intro to Conditional Statements

2. Logic behind Conditional Statements

3. Example

4. Example 2

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Math Operations
Viewers learn about the eight basic building blocks of Math in Java and can follow the specific examples given for each one.

1. Intro to Math

2. 4 Basic Math Operations

3. 4 Basic Examples

4. 4 Advanced Math Operations

5. 4 Advanced Examples

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Java

98K

Solutions

32K

Contributors

Java is a platform-independent, object-oriented programming language and run-time environment, designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible such that developers can write one set of code across all platforms using libraries. Most devices will not run Java natively, and require a run-time component to be installed in order to execute a Java program.