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Thread: JDK and Textpad Downloads for Mac Users

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    Does anyone know how to work JDK (Java) for Mac and download Textpad onto a macbook? I am currently taking a programming class online and the class requires to download these two software. I was able to download the JDK but have no clue how to use it, and Textpad is not compatible with OX S, according to textpad.com.

    Anyone out there have a solution to how i can get textpad?--- theres gotta be an alternate.

    Please help!!!


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    Why is this posted in the member introductions forum?

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    Thread moved from members introductions. Please read Announcements - Java Theory & Questions

    The JDK should be installed by default on mac. Open the Terminal and type 'javac -version', it should tell you which version is installed. I believe Textpad is also installed in the Application folder (or something comparable is)

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