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IntelliJ vs. Jbuilder

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There are many Java IDEs out there. Now, I have used Jbuilder, Eclipse, Jtest, TextPad (if you can call it an IDE) and so on. IDEA IntellJ, when I used it about 2 years ago, was an excellent IDE, but it was no match for Jbuilder or Sun One studio or even NetBeans. Now, I haven't used IDEA products for a while, but has that changed. Where do you think IntelliJ stands today. As somebody who is using Jbuilder, why should I consider switching to IntelliJ?

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