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I'd think that (in the long term) you'd be happier with emacs, since it's an IDE for (almost) all languages, and you can extend it. It's also a newsreader, web browser, coffeemaker (okay, maybe not) and you can play tetris in it. Basically, why settle for a program that does only java, when you can have a program that does _everything_?
I'm nut sure about that. Emacs is an excellent example of something I wouldn't recommend to my worst enemy. First, the learning curve is so steep I wouldn't want even him to suffer that much. But if he survives that, he has a tool so powerful he might outperform me :-)
kees-jan:Thank you buddy!!cuz i am still a crawler in java, i think i better take your advice
jonaskoelker:Thank you to you jona.. for your reply on my matter. I think i will use an ide which will give me more help until for sometime. Then when i am sure of what i'm doing then i will switch to emacs.