I got tired of using Eclipse because it was too "plain" and "old style". So I moved on to a program called Sublime Text 3 and I used a package named "material theme" which made the program look flat and all nice and stuff.
But I wanted to code Java in that but I don't know how to compile stuff without using an IDE and it was not easy to find out but I found out that you could do it through the terminal/cmd of your operating system.
But what I don't understand is how I could actually use the
You're almost there buddy!
Just be sure you have the
Java Development Kit (JDK) installed in your system. The JDK provides you the command
javac -which you need to compile your
.java program files.
javac command is not that friendly as you think it is. You have to let it know where to find the java file you want to compile.
For example you saved
C:\Projects\Java you must compile it this way
Then you can run your program this way too