Originally Posted by malfist
You do know that a java program stops executing at the first error that isn't handled.
You do know that a good IDE should be able to highlite all my errors in java code and just not the top error. For example:
public lass myErrors
public static void main(String args)
myVar = "omgwth";
In netbeans the only error that would show is the "public lass" one and not the myVar = "omgwth"; one.
While eclipse will show both as errors. And by show, I might add I meant underlined red.