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Regarding Sample Projects in Eclipse

Jenson Chew
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Joined: May 27, 2007
Posts: 55
Hi All,

I've downloaded the Eclipse and instaled it, however, I'm not sure the sample projects is a must to installed or not.

May I know what are the sample projects used for? Is it a must to have Eclipse running properly?

Sorry for the stupid question as this is the first time I use Eclipse >.<"

Thanks.

Regards,
Jenson


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John Dell'Oso
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Joined: Apr 08, 2004
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Samples are not required for Eclipse to work. They are just sample projects as an aid to assist you. They are separate downloads from eclipse.org.

Regards,
JD
Jenson Chew
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Joined: May 27, 2007
Posts: 55
Originally posted by John Dell'Oso:
Samples are not required for Eclipse to work. They are just sample projects as an aid to assist you. They are separate downloads from eclipse.org.

Regards,
JD


Ok, now I understood. Sorry, a newcomer in Eclipse, still trying out see whether Eclipse or Netbead is more suitable for my coding style -.-"

But someone asked me to use both of them. Is it because of the different functionalities you would get from each of them affect your final output?

Thanks. (Sorry for posting this in the wrong forum -.-")

Regards,
Jenso
 
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