This introductory tutorial covers how to kick stat writing C/C++ and Java applications on Red Hat and SUSE Linux.
FTA, "...Eclipse is an open source community that provides a development platform and a collection of application frameworks for building software. Learn how to install and use Eclipse specifically for Linux running on IBM POWER processor-based systems. Learn, also, how to use Eclipse to compile and run applications through sample Java and C programs.
Eclipse is an extensible, open source IDE (integrated development environment). It is completely platform and language neutral..."
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