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    What Eclpse program to download for java?!

    I need to learn Java (for a number of reasons that made me switch from C#)
    and i want to use eclipse for the coding, debugging, etc. but when i went to the site and looked for there most recent version i got several different versions of there latest...

    Which 1 would be best for learning java, and which 1 is best for the development of video games?... which i wish to pursue in future

    Here is the link to the sight... note: when you give me an answer please make shore you looked in the link kay.

    link: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/index-developer.php

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    I have never used Eclipse, but by looking, Classic and IDE should be good enough for you. Just test them out and see which on you feel most comfortable.

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    Well the point of me asking this question is i dont know what is what... to me there all just say:

    Eclipse [random numbers and letters]

    i dont get the names.

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    Eclipse Classic 4.2 M4 and Eclipse IDE for Java Developers. Both will be good for you to use. But only you can decide which you like better. No matter which one you pick, it will be ideal for you. You will not even need half of the features they offer. If it was me, I would go for Eclipse IDE for Java Developers.

    Or if you want an all round program, you can use Notepad++. It will let you write nearly all programming languages, but suffers in terms of actually running your code.


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