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Which is the best IDE to write Java code?

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Eclipse is best for java code;

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NetBeans,Eclipse

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5 Years of IT Experience in Top Software MNCs

Eclipse is by far the most popular Java IDE. NetBeans is known as well. I've used IntelliJ IDEA too, which although not as popular, is an excellent IDE. Google no longer supports Eclipse for Android development and recommends Android Studio as their official IDE which is nothing but a customized IntelliJ underneath.

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NetBeans IDE or eclipse

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netbeans or eclipse

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IntelliJ Idea

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Eclipse, Netbeans to name a few. I prefer Netbeans.

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There is nothing like Best IDE to write java code. It depends on our business requirement choice and preferences. I prefer eclipse IDE since it is compatible on most flavour of OS available. And i like the auto suggestion part of elipse IDE is better than other IDE like netBeanss, intellij ,etc

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Eclipse, Netbeans

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notepad for begineers. for lage projects eclipse or netbeans

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