I just use kwrite. Creating GUIs by drag-n-drop is cheating!
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>I just started studying computer science this school year. We're learning
Java and we're using a program called Kawa IDE to compile and run our
programs. I tried to download a version of it for Linux, but it seems to be a
Windows-only program. Does anyone know of a program I could use to write,
compile and run Java using Linux? Thanks in advance,
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