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#1 Dauth

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Posted 27 July 2009 - 18:26

This might be of use to some people.

What do you write your programs in?

I'm equally happy in emacs or kwrite, though I tend to use kwrite more for LaTeX documents and emacs for Fortran and BibTeX work (before I got hold of JabRef).

Both Kwrite and emacs have syntax highlighting which allows you to see what each line of code is doing. On windows I use Notepad++ but don't tend to write much in it tbh.

#2 Libains

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Posted 27 July 2009 - 18:32

For the limited amount of HTML/PHP/CSS coding that I do (or people assume I do), I use apatana studio on Windows for the most part (Bob linked me to it, and it's rather epic), with a bit of Notepad++ when i need lightweight. On Mac, Smultron is the best for me - it's as good as if not better than ++ for Mac.
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Posted 27 July 2009 - 23:57

PHPWriter for HTML/PHP/CSS and Dev C++ for C++.

#4 BeefJeRKy

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Posted 27 July 2009 - 23:58

I use Eclipse exclusively on Ubuntu for writing some Java apps. I can also port it for use in C++. It's a very useful IDE (i.e. a programming program :lol:) and the debug mode is a powerful tool. For raw editing, I use RText or even simple gedit. I have tried Netbeans but felt it to be bloated and slow.
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Posted 28 July 2009 - 00:52

I use Visual Studio for all my uni stuff, it's served me well over the years.

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#6 jnengland77

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Posted 28 July 2009 - 02:49

Vim and gcc/g++ for C and C++ (mostly what I code in). Usually Code::Blocks or Visual Studio on Windows. Usually a frontend to GDB (Gnu Debugger) such as Code::Blocks or DDD (man is that program ugly as shit, but still useful). Visual Studio also had a nice debugger.

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Posted 28 July 2009 - 09:02

Eclipse and NetBeans for Java, and Dev C++ for C (might use Netbeans or Eclipse for that in the future though). For everything else Notepad++.

Actually NetBeans sucks but its GUI-Editor is way better then Eclipse's

edit: I forgot Visual Studio for C#

Edited by Stalker, 28 July 2009 - 09:03.

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Posted 28 July 2009 - 15:57

I use Code::Blocks for C++ work and Notepad++ for everything else.
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#9 PacSpook

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Posted 28 July 2009 - 16:13

Aptana web stuff, Notepad++ for pretty much everything else, occasionally just regular ol' notepad as well.
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