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SCJD and third Party softwares

 
Panah Rad
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Hey guys,

I am sort of thinking about taking a shot at SCJD, but was wondering if it's okay to use IDEs such as Netbeans or JBuilder to do the project? Anybody knows anything about the restrictions?

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Ken Boyd
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Directly from exam requirement


You are permitted to use any IDE tool you choose, but you must not submit any code that is not your own work. The final program must have no dependencies on any libraries other than those of the Java 2 Platform.
 
Frans Janssen
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Yes indeed. You can use any IDE, but you are not allowed to submit any code that is generated by an IDE. So for example, you cannot use JBuilder's UI editor to generate your UI code.

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peter wooster
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My recommendation is to avoid IDE's for this project. You will spend far too much time making sure they don't add any code you didn't write. I used jEdit, its a very good editor and it has lots of plugins that help without actually writing code.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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