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Any way to test Java code on line without an IDE?

 
Joe Laviguer
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At work I can't get them to install an IDE or JDK to test my code and I can't bring my netbook into the facility. Is there something web based that I can type my java code into and have it output the results? Thanks!
 
W. Joe Smith
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I don't know about anything online, but coudl you just put a System.out.println() in to show what the output is? That is strange that they won't put in any IDE....
 
Wouter Oet
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If I'm not mistaken than you don't have to install the JDK. You can just put on a usb stick and plug and play.
 
James Elsey
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Hi Joe,

I came across this thread on SO which may be of help.

Although I have never tried any of the links they posted

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1741112/is-there-any-online-ide-for-java

HTH
 
Joe Laviguer
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Wouter Oet wrote:If I'm not mistaken than you don't have to install the JDK. You can just put on a usb stick and plug and play.


We can't plug in USB devices to the network...DoD facility. But thanks!
 
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You're writing Java code without a JDK?

This statement baffles me.
 
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