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Forte for Java

An earlier family of Java development environments from Sun. The products included an editor, compiler, debugger, object browser and JavaBean creator plus the ability to edit and view HTML files. Most prominent was the Forte for Java Community Edition, which used to be known as NetBeans Developer and whose functionality lives on in the NetBeans open source IDE that Sun released in 2000. See Forte.
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