I am just starting. The Kawa IDE is the only thing I've worked with so far, so everything I've read here is new to me. I was just asking for a program simular to Kawa because it's all that I'm familiar with. I've written HTML in a text editor and ran it with a browser, but I hadn't a clue how to do it with Java. The one thing that I found useful about the Kawa program is that if you typed in a syntax error, it would point you in the direction of your error, which is handy for a beginner though our programs are small and as simple as you can get. Again, thanks for all the information! -Eric
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