08-18-2012, 07:28 AM
I'm currently looking for a new code editor since the ones I'm using don't have the featured I would like.
The ones I use are Programmers Notepad which is pretty good overall and CONText which I only use cause I can't open two Programmers at the same time and I don't like changing windows back and forth.
Anyway, I was wondering what everyone's favourite editors are and what your experiences have been with them.
08-19-2012, 05:18 PM
I recommend Borland C++. That's what
we use in our computer laboratories
in school and I experienced many calculations.
It sounds so hard for me but when you analyze
each code you can easily understand it. Hope
you learned something. thanks! Good day!
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08-23-2012, 08:39 PM
Thanks for the replies, I will be checking Borland C++ later today.
Also, do you know if there is any editor out there that lets you make font bold/italic/underline with a right click option? Highlight, right click and select b/i/u?
Also, same question as above that lets you customize the right click options, say for example add a '<br />' or a ' ' option to reduce typing? These are the two features I am looking for.
08-23-2012, 09:07 PM
The one that I use personally and works GREAT is Komodo Edit. It will read hundreds of different languages and gives suggestions/completes the code. I highly recommend this. And the best part is, it's free! For an example of how helpful it is, say you are typing in your code, a dropdown window pops up and gives multiple suggestions of what you are trying to type, then you just click/press enter on the one you would like, and boom! It types in the code for you. Also, if a piece of code you previously typed in is not in correct format or doesnt even exist, it puts a red line under it to let you know.