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Dave Morley
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Joined: Jul 23, 2004
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I am really looking for someone who is using x code on mac to program in Java. I haven't been programming long and could really do with a few pointers on this IDE or else tell me where I can get a really simple IDE for MAC. I was using JCreator on windows machine and loved the simplicity of it.

Any Help is greatly appreciated.

Dave Morley
Lasse Koskela

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Dave, we have a forum dedicated for IDE questions. I'm moving this thread over there.

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Bear Bibeault
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I know Lasse moved this here, but I think more Mac users might see this if it were in the Mac OS forum.

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I agree with Bear. Moving to Mac forum.

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