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Linux Mint should have a number of editors already installed.
vi and vim are console based editors but the gui version gvim should also be installed; gedit should also be installed.
If you're running the KDE version Kate (KDE Advanced Text Editor) should also be there as well as the KDevelop IDE.
The Cinnamon, Mate and Xfce versions of Linux Mint have desktops derived from Gnome (GTK) so Gedit and Xed should be available. MATE has it's own text editor pluma as well. The file manager (xfwm) in the xfce version of linux mint also has a built in text editor with syntax highlighting for a number of popular programming languages.
Use your Linux Mint package manager to review the installed programs on your system and to download additional programs.
For more information on editors see...