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Shannon Graham
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I'm new here. I do Android development on a Mac, and most of my life is spent fighting with eclipse. Do you folks welcome my type around here?
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We have a Mac forum. We have an Android forum. And we have an IDEs forum.

Answer your question?


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Shannon Graham
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Bear Bibeault wrote:We have a Mac forum. We have an Android forum. And we have an IDEs forum.

Answer your question?


For my next question, where can I get 13 macaws, a purple beret, and a box of Pear's soap?

...It's for an application.
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Shannon Graham wrote:For my next question, where can I get 13 macaws, a purple beret, and a box of Pear's soap?


Why right here in Meaningless Drivel, of course.

Here you go:







Shannon Graham
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Quite helpful, thank you sir!
Devesh H Rao
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Shannon Graham wrote:Quite helpful, thank you sir!


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Shannon Graham wrote:For my next question, where can I get 13 macaws, a purple beret, and a box of Pear's soap?
...It's for an application.


I suspect you are going to fit in quite well.

Welcome!


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