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What are the reasons that i should use notepad++

i doesn't know about it. can i write all language in it or not

1/14/2017 8:53:20 AM

Yeasin Ahammed Apon

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Yea! Install it for the chameleon!! ^_^

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(time is 11:04)

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boo vim. Emacs or nothing 😎 (JK Dipak, glad to see a fellow Linux user here 😊)

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Real programmers use Emacs 😎

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@Dipak "programmer in a few seconds"?!?! Is it a drug or something??

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Most of them…… It's the default text-editor of programmers! ^_^

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yup its good note editor ...but I would recommend other ides . for Linux you should use bluefish or geany ...and a lot of other options...in windows notepad++ is only choice for beginners. you can try geany for windows but I haven't tried

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try to install geany from their official site . if it installs you will start developing a lot faster

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the chameleon icon of notepad++ is somewhat funny

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you also can prefer sublime.

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What VIM ....lol

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@Dipak true that xD

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Well, I can give you some alternatives of Notepad++ for sure, here are some: Atom(MyFav), Visual Studio Code(IncrediblyAmazing), Sublime(Beautiful and it is the one on which atom is based), && Vim(GivesFeels);

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Notepad++ has a built-in language syntax checker for most of the fundamental programming languages out there (eg C, C++, C#, Java, Javascript, HTML, PHP, etc), thus making it a very powerful text-editor tool. They are available at the Language -> {select language} section. In addition, notepad++ also allows to install a lot of user-defined custom plugins. Of course, there are a lot other text-editors tool out there that also can provide almost simillar functions but it's all up to user's preference.

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@Dipak Chauhan Yeaaah baby! I love exaggeration with such a confidence!

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so it's like sololearn notepad . isn't it?

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hay valen is it n8 or day at Greece😅😅

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Don't listen to these people, Use vim on linux, it's so easy; (Note: only u want to be programmer in a day). after using it you will feel like a programmer in a few seconds. ~_~

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@kenyatta tried emacs after vim and it feels alien after getting used to vim and key shortcut. glad to see another linux fellow.😊😁

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@yeasin forget about vim and Linux. But here's what u should use and it depends on what language you are using and what you want to achieve. also notepad ++ is ide which supports lot of language and provides syntax highlighting and completion. if you want to write code use it but want to compile and debug use specific tools for each language. 1. C/C++ codeblock and codelite for practice (available in win/linux) wanted to develop use visual studio or eclipse(both are good for big projects). 2.python for learning use idle, ninja, Spyder for big projects use pycharm 3.for other Use atom/sublime with plugins for everything . 😊