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JavaPad is a lighteight but very useful application that was designed in order to provide you with an easy to use means of editing your Java files. It has dialog boxes for convenient creation of classes and addition of methods.
This program also includes keyboard and menu shortcuts for many of the commonly used (and often tedious) methods and statements. You can easily customize this program to match your coding style and use your web browser to preview applets.
JavaPad also makes compiling and running programs a snap, with just a few clicks each. I recommend this program to intermediate or advanced Java programmers who like to keep code-writing completely under their control.


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This is a visual notepad for users of Mac computers who have a keyboard with page up and page down keys. JavaPad enables you to scroll through many pages of code at a time, and allows you to insert new lines, edit existing lines, and cut or copy code segments. You can even add custom code macros to allow you to quickly format long Java statements.
Macros in JavaPad:
Macros in JavaPad are very simple. All you need to do is enter the name of the macro you want, and a brief description of what it does. Then you can add any parameters you want, as well as a keyboard shortcut to invoke the macro. Macros can be attached to a keyboard shortcut, in order to make adding code more efficient. By default, the keyboard shortcut is attached to the middle ctrl key. You can assign any keyboard shortcut you want, by opening the “KeyMacro” menu item.
When your program is compiled, JavaPad generates a file containing the name of each macro you’ve defined. That file is then read into a.plist file, so that any time you enter the name of a macro in a file, you’re calling the macro instead of typing it. If you choose to, you can delete any macros from the.plist file, or disable them.
This project is a superset of the JavaPad project at sourceforge. It is a newer version of the project that is now hosted on Google Code. I will eventually merge this project into the sourceforge project. For now, it is forked off and maintained separately, in order to provide a more stable version of JavaPad.


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The JavaPad is a lightweight IDE that is designed for Java programmers who
need a little more control and convenience while they are coding.
There are several dialogs on the JavaPad, each with its own purpose.
The Console Window contains prompts for creating and running Java programs. The Compile Window displays the code and Java class definitions you are about to create. The Assign Window allows you to quickly and easily rename your methods, fields, and variables and get an easy to understand javadoc description. The JavaDoc Window allows you to get additional documentation on your code from
just about anywhere in the Java world.
JavaPad Settings:
Many of the JavaPad features are under the control of dialogs. For
example, the Compile Window lets you choose to view/edit your code
inline, as an XML file, or in an external file. The JavaDoc Window
allows you to view online Java doc or to get JavaDoc from your
You can easily set the text width and color for the Console Window,
the Code, and the Assign Window. You can also decide whether you want
the Console Window to provide shortcuts to the Home and End keys on
the keyboard.
In addition to the dialogs, JavaPad also includes a configuration dialog.
You can use this dialog to change the program’s font type and size, set
the code font to be monospaced, and set the font size and color of the
JavaDoc window. There are also a few other options that you might find
The JavaPad includes the following features:
Compile Window: You can view or edit your code in the Compile Window. You can use the keyboard shortcuts to access menu items or move around the code.
Assign Window: The Assign Window allows you to make your own methods, fields, and variables. You can either create an
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Console Window: The Console Window contains prompts for entering instructions
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Configuration Dialog: This dialog allows you

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JavaPad is a complete software development tool for the Java programming language, which enables you to create, compile, debug, and run Java programs. It includes powerful features for editing your Java programs and even classes. JavaPad has a powerful search tool that can be used to find Java code you need to change and reformat in your program. JavaPad supports automatic generation of class files for your program. JavaPad includes a powerful interactive debugger that you can use to step through your program to see what is happening. JavaPad’s features include:
* Create and edit your Java programs.
* Generate class files with just one click.
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* Use keyboard and menu shortcuts to run, compile, debug, and test your programs.
* Find code to change and reformat in your program.
* Quickly navigate and find objects, methods, and classes.
* Edit code with syntax highlighting.
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* Export class files to JAR files.
* Use Java’s built-in classes and methods in your program.
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* Open the library manager to download Java classes and resources.

Install JavaPad

You can download JavaPad from the author’s website. To install JavaPad, simply download the program, run setup, and choose “I have already an installation of this program.” and “I want to install”.

I recommend you to save the download file to your desktop.

Make sure that java.exe is located in your system PATH environment variable.

After installation, you can start JavaPad by clicking on JavaPad.exe.


Go to the Java Pad main page.

Click on Tools->Create a New Program

Enter the name of your Java file.

Select the kind of class you want to create.

Click on the “OK” button to create a new class.

Right-click on the method you want to add or edit, and select “Edit method”.

Enter the name of the method, and the name of the parameter you want to add or edit.

Click on the “OK” button.

Right-click on the method you want to add or edit, and select “Edit method”.

Enter the name of the method, the name of the variable you want to add or edit, and the type of variable you want to add or edit.

Click on the “OK” button.

Right-click on the class you want to create, and select “Create class”.

Enter the name of the class, and the kind of class you want to create.

Click on the “OK” button.

Click on the Tools->Compile button to compile your program.

Click on the Tools

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