On 12/16/2014 09:02 AM, Nadav Gilliam wrote:
> Eclipse does not seem to recognize my errors while writing code.
> I am able to write non-sense as seen in the attached file however the red X's that usually appear on the left while writing a unacceptable line do not appear.
> Im assuming the problem is somewhere under settings, but how can i solve this?
The outlined J in the editor tab indicates that the file is not in a
folder that is on the build path of a Java project.
Java files that are on the build path of a Java project have the J
filled in as in the NumPartition.java editor tab.
To expand on what David said...
Eclipse can not do proper syntax checking and compile code that isn't included in a Project. If you open a .java file from the file system (via File > Open or via drag-and-drop from the OS file explorer), you don't the full features of the IDE.