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JShell? [message #1756355] Wed, 15 March 2017 19:37 Go to next message
Barry Burd is currently offline Barry BurdFriend
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Is there way to use the Java 9 JShell within Eclipse? A plugin perhaps, or something that doesn't require the installation of a separate plugin? I'm starting with Eclipse for Java Developers.
Re: JShell? [message #1771443 is a reply to message #1756355] Fri, 25 August 2017 06:44 Go to previous message
Priya Arrora is currently offline Priya ArroraFriend
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JShell is part of Java 9, currently available in an Early Access version from Oracle and other sources. With JShell you can easily try out new features and quickly check the behaviour of a section of code. You don't have to create a long-winded dummy main or JUnit test simply type away.
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