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Eclipse is the most widely used among java developers that I know. It's very extensible, which a built-in plug-in installation mechanism. Among the many plugins is CDT (C Dev Tools) which allos for C/C++ development in Eclipse. Eclipse is very, very good, but is lacking in GUI designer stuff (although that is now included).

Other IDEs that are freely available as well. Oracle's JDeveloper is very good, Sun's NetBeans (which can be downloaded with the JDK) is good, and Borland's JBuilder is pretty good. Those are all full-blown, very "heavy" IDEs.

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Eclipse, JEdit, JCreator. You could also use notepad and compile from the command line. You should learn how to do that first before using an IDE.

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I dont write Java code very often anymore, but i always used BlueJ for my editor :] (its what i was taught with when learning Java)

I actually really like Eclipse too, i never fully learnt the ins and outs of it but its definitely a very nice IDE =)

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I wouldn't get bluej, its what i have at my school and it screws up and loses your code all the time. thats why i downloaded another for school (GEL).

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