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How does eclipse work on mac?


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I dont know if I have posted this thread in the right place, but this seems like a fitting place. So I am currently learning Java and I have been told Eclipse is a good tool to write Java with and I dont know how eclipse works on mac. So if someone could explain how it connects to the terminal to run the Java that would be great.
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eclipse is nice, another one I like is jEdit
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The application itself runs fine. I use it for Python development and it works really well.

If you've never used it before and need help setting it up for Java development, take a look at this.

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