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    Question eclipse

    does eclipse includes library for java or have to download jdk or something else!
    please also tell difference between eclipse ,JDK,and Netbeans!


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    Default Re: eclipse

    Eclipse does not include the libraries for java. You'll have to download JDK manually. Eclipse and Netbeans are both IDEs (Integrated Development Enviroment), pretty much a program for writing code.

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    Default Re: eclipse

    The JDK is required.

    Eclipse and Netbeans are Integrated Development Environments, or IDEs.

    Please read Java programming "getting started" tutorials or Eclipse/Netbeans references for detailed answers to your other questions.

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    Default Re: eclipse

    eclipse basic requirement is to provide jvm i.e jre or jdk depends your requirement.
    eclipse and netbeans are ide. both provide you a environment to write a code easily.

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