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A few newcomer questions [message #1068831] Sun, 14 July 2013 14:03 Go to next message
Deus P is currently offline Deus P
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Hi to everyone,
i am a new user of Eclipse, i start to learn Java and i will use Eclipse for it. I am not here to ask what to learn in Java, i am here just to ask to make somehow easier for me when i use Eclipse.

My questions will be about good layout.
1st what i descry is about those lines from notepad++, i like them.
content.screencast.com/users/Skrenshot/folders/Jing/media/ec8e0740-4c29-45f7-9ab5-4615de23f04e/2013-07-14_1540.png
Can i do the same in Eclipse?

How i see up to now by default Eclipse doesn't mark a lot of code. It is all as a plain text. It doesn't mark numbers in other color then <> ! = + -,...
Maybe to someone is not this important but for me is much easier to go through task/examples when it is marked in better way. For me is easier when i see something is marked and to focus on that, when i looking on code in Eclipse it is all black, purple and blue.

How i wrote i am a new in programming, i learnt C for some shorter time and now i want to start with Java and to stay on the way. If someone has any useful hint and tips from Eclipse which can help to a beginner please tell me. Eclipse has a lot of settings in preferences and it is very confused, probably one day i will know for what all of that.
Re: A few newcomer questions [message #1069197 is a reply to message #1068831] Mon, 15 July 2013 11:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
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Comments below.

On 14/07/2013 4:44 PM, Deus P wrote:
> Hi to everyone,
> i am a new user of Eclipse, i start to learn Java and i will use
> Eclipse for it. I am not here to ask what to learn in Java, i am here
> just to ask to make somehow easier for me when i use Eclipse.
> My questions will be about good layout.
> 1st what i descry is about those lines from notepad++, i like them.
> content.screencast.com/users/Skrenshot/folders/Jing/media/ec8e0740-4c29-45f7-9ab5-4615de23f04e/2013-07-14_1540.png
>
> Can i do the same in Eclipse?
I've not seen that before, so probably not...
>
> How i see up to now by default Eclipse doesn't mark a lot of code. It
> is all as a plain text. It doesn't mark numbers in other color then <>
> ! = + -,... Maybe to someone is not this important but for me is much
> easier to go through task/examples when it is marked in better way.
> For me is easier when i see something is marked and to focus on that,
> when i looking on code in Eclipse it is all black, purple and blue.
You can look in Help->Preferences -> Java->Editor->Syntax Coloring and
tailor it as you see fit.
>
> How i wrote i am a new in programming, i learnt C for some shorter
> time and now i want to start with Java and to stay on the way. If
> someone has any useful hint and tips from Eclipse which can help to a
> beginner please tell me. Eclipse has a lot of settings in preferences
> and it is very confused, probably one day i will know for what all of
> that.
Re: A few newcomer questions [message #1069664 is a reply to message #1069197] Tue, 16 July 2013 10:28 Go to previous message
Deus P is currently offline Deus P
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Registered: July 2013
Junior Member
Quote:
I've not seen that before, so probably not...


Quote:
You can look in Help->Preferences -> Java->Editor->Syntax Coloring and
tailor it as you see fit.


Thank You Ed Merks.
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