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Hands-On Automation Testing with Java for Beginners by Rahul Shetty

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Working with the Java editor tools

Here, we are going to look at the editor tool that we will be using to write our Java code. There are many tools available in the market that can act as a new Java editor, but I personally prefer using Eclipse. It comes with lot of in-built features and syntax additions. We will see other advantages of Eclipse as we progress. Some of the advantages cannot be discussed theoretically, so once we progress and start coding practically, we will understand how it prompts us to write a correct syntax. So, throughout the course of book, we will write all our Java code in the Eclipse IDE editor.

First, we download the Eclipse IDE editor and take a look at the interface that it has to offer. The following link will ...

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