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A Handy tool for Java developers - Compile Run Save Share Java Program Online - JDoodle.com

 
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As a java developer I often wanted to execute a small piece of code and test it quickly without opening an IDE. Some times the same bit of code we want to execute often and use the result somewhere. May be even we want to share that bit of joy with others. One of the solutions is JDoodle.com.

JDoodle.com helps compile and execute java programs online. It has simple interface. Share your thoughts about JDoodle.com here in comment.

Try some default shares

Hello World
Hello World with Method
Example with import and Input Arguments

some of the features you may like is

1. auto complete import - just type the class name it will come with whole bunch of suggestions for you, just select the one you want and click Tick button.

2. Recents - you can see all the recently executed codes in the browser here. even you can ask JDoodle.com to remember this between same browsers different session.

3. Share - makes sharing easier. Not all your code shared by default, so you can always control what to share and what not to.
 
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