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Eclipse Tutorial We show you how to install and use the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) Eclipse. Installation Process Before you install Eclipse (now version 3.2.2), make sure that you have already installed the Java 5 (or 1.5) platform, Standard Edition (Java SE), which consists of the Java Development Kit (JDK) and the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). If not, follow the link on the Java resources on the course website, and follow the instruction for installing Java. To download Eclipse, visit website http://www.eclipse.org/; click the download button; and choose to download Eclipse SDK 3.2.2. Choose a mirror close to you, and the download window should automatically come up. After the download is finished, you should have a .zip file. Unzip it to the location you want. You will see a folder named eclipse. Inside the folder, there is an icon that looks like a big blue dot named eclipse. Double -click it to start Eclipse. Create a shortcut on the desktop to simplify the launching of Eclipse. Launch Eclipse After you launch Eclipse, it will ask you to specify your workspace, which is a folder in which Eclipse stores all your work. After you specify it, press button OK to continue. Then, you will see some kind of introductory page. Click the curved arrow on the right to go to working
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