Coding In Eclipse

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Eclipse provides keyboard shortcuts for the most common actions. Using shortcuts is usually preferable as you can perform actions much faster. Eclipse supports of course the typical shortcuts, e.g. Ctrl + S for saving, Ctrl + C for copying the selected text or file and Ctrl +. To start Eclipse, double-click the eclipse.exe (Microsoft Windows) or eclipse (Linux / Mac) file from your installation directory. What to do if the Eclipse IDE does not start The Eclipse IDE requires at least Java 11 to run. If Eclipse does not start, check your Java version.

Avoid permissions issues. We recommend installing Eclipse outside of the Program Files directory. E.g.: C:UsersfroodProgramseclipse, where C:Usersfrood is your user directory.

Configure Eclipse. After installing Eclipse, you will need to configure it to know about your JDK.

Use Wordpad to edit the eclipse.ini file in your Eclipse installation (e.g., C:UsersfroodProgramseclipse). (Do not use Notepad, because it will not handle the Unix-style line breaks properly.) Carefully follow these instructions to specify the proper JDK. Then save the file and quit Wordpad.

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Now update Eclipse's JRE to be JDK-aware:

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  • Launch Eclipse
  • From the menu choose Window Preferences
  • Select Java Installed JREs
  • Click Search..., navigate to your JDK installation folder (e.g., C:Program FilesJavajdk1.8.0_11) and click OK
  • Check the box next to the JRE that appears and click OK