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How to work on eclipse.

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Asked by tapanpratap bhakat, 26 Oct '07 11:39 pm
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dont do any thing its a natural thing and one has nothing to do with it so dont get afraid of it and if u think u can just put some basi(tulsi) in the drinking water thats it.
Answered by krish, 26 Oct '07 11:43 pm

 
  
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Eclipse is an open-source, platform-independent software framework, written primarily in Java, for delivering what the project calls "rich-client applications", as opposed to "thin client" browser-based applications. So far this framework has typically been used to develop Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), such as the Java IDE called Java Development Toolkit (JDT) and compiler (ECJ) that comes as part of Eclipse (and which are also used to develop Eclipse itself). However, it can be used for other types of client application as well.

For more details pls visit:: http://www.eclipse.org/
Answered by Joseph Chacko, 27 Oct '07 01:03 am

 
  
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What type of work you are speaking about.
Answered by rani sadasivamurty, 26 Oct '07 11:45 pm

 
  
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Do your work as usual without minding eclipse which is taking place outside!
Answered by T A RAMESH, 27 Oct '07 12:21 am

 
  
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