Java programming with Blue J
BlueJ is free and an open source software. The development of BlueJ was started in 1999 by Michael Kolling and John Rosenberg. It mainly consists of editor, debugger and viewer. The editor is used to write programs. The debugger is used to find the mistakes in a program and the viewer is used to see parts of a program. In BlueJ, class structure can be seen and manipulated on the screen and objects can be interactively created and operations called. In BlueJ, compilation and execution process is easier. Compilation is the process of converting the source code of a program into the machine readable form. Execution is the process that shows the result of the program code written. BlueJ provides menu-driven approach. The sample program appears on screen as soon as the user defines class.
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