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emacs, and Eclipse are installed on the Linux machines.
There are other IDEs available, such as NetBeans and BlueJ that you may want to try.
You can install jEdit (which I use) on your own computer and use the
ftp plugin to allow you to easily edit your files on the CS server.
FAQs and Tutorials
- Object-Oriented Ideas in Java : Java is like writing a trashy Western novel.
Java in the Cloud
- Compile and Execute Java Online - allows you to program in Java even when you don't have access to a computer that has Java installed
Testing and Debugging Help
- JUnit: a tool for automatically testing Java code
- JUnit Test Infected: Programmers Love Writing Tests - for version 3.8
Setting up your classpath for JUnit
- Right-click on the project
- Navigate to Build Path –> Configure Build Path
- Click on Libraries in the row of tabs
- Click Add Library
- Click JUnit, Next, and select JUnit 4
- Click Finish