DrJava: a lightweight pedagogic environment for Java

@inproceedings{Allen2002DrJavaAL,
  title={DrJava: a lightweight pedagogic environment for Java},
  author={Eric E. Allen and Robert Cartwright and Brian Stoler},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2002}
}
DrJava is a pedagogic programming environment for Java that enables students to focus on designing programs, rather than learning how to use the environment. The environment provides a simple interface based on a "read-eval-print loop" that enables a programmer to develop, test, and debug Java programs in an interactive, incremental fashion. This paper gives an overview of DrJava including its pedagogic rationale, functionality, and implementation. 
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