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Code editors (NOT WYSIWYG)

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01-11-2011, 01:15 AM
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What do you use for editing your code? I bought HomeSite about 10 years ago,and I use it still. I have also used alleycode (free) and UltraEdit ($$). I am looking at CoffeeCup HTML editor (again, not WYSIWYG). I've also used Notepad a few times. What's your favorite?

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01-11-2011, 01:36 AM
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Notepad++ is my favorite, I use it for everything except C++ and .NET.

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Originally Posted by Village Genius View Post
Notepad++ is my favorite, I use it for everything except C++ and .NET.
Mine too! It's very slim, loads fast and works stable.

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Dreamweaver if I'm on Windows 7. Coda if I'm on OSX.

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I use PSPad and Notepad++, but I also use Dreamweaver (code editor not design-WYSIWYG editor). I've used UltraEdit in the past and I think it is still the best paid editor on the market.

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I use Dreamweaver, I haven't really tried to use other programs.

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I've always liked Notepad++ for writing code. If I'm testing some sample code in Java, I prefer to use that instead of opening up Eclipse (my preferred IDE for Java/C++ development). Generally I use it for things like HTML and CSS though.

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Hey guys, thanks for turning me on to Notepad++
Although I still use Dreamweaver, Notepad++ is a very good alternative!

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Originally Posted by DDS View Post
Hey guys, thanks for turning me on to Notepad++
Although I still use Dreamweaver, Notepad++ is a very good alternative!
Yes. It really owns Notepad and Notepad2, that's for sure. What I like the most about Notepad++ is its plug-ins. It can really make coding easier and faster, that's for sure.

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I also prefer Notepad++ When you get used to it, you wouldn't won't to change it.

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