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Hardware Requirements for Passing the Exam

 
Jeff Allen
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Can one pass the Developer's Exam by doing the assignment with only a single PC or does one need to have at least two computers to test the client/server aspects? Thanks.
 
Adam Roberts
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You can do it on one PC pretty easily. Its *nice* to have two computers to play with it over a small network, but not at all necessary.
 
Jeff Allen
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Thanks Adam.
Do you recommend any particular Java editor such as TextPad, UltraEdit something like that? Eventually I will want to specialize in one of the commercial API's but at this time I think I would get better experience by simple text editing. What do you think? Does this sound like a reasonable approach or should I go ahead and try to get comfortable with a particular package, and if so which one would you recommend?
[ May 04, 2002: Message edited by: Jeff Allen ]
 
Mark Spritzler
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I always liked Textpad, but any text editor with the added ability to compile code is good, with color coding.
Mark
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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