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JetBrains bundles the version of the JDK that the IDE needs with it. This is true for all of the different IDEs that they make. The reason for this is to make sure that they are running with the JDK that the IDE is designed for. If you look in the location where the IDE is installed (IDE_HOME) you will find the JRE that it is bundled with in the JRE ...


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If you've just started programming for Android devices, stick with Eclipse. The reason is that Eclipse has been used for years as the main development tool for Android; if you have some kind of layout or IDE-related issues, you'll likely google out somebody who already solved it. Android Studio is less popular, so you'll have to solve some issues by ...



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