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not the language itself, but what do you write your code in? notepad? dev-c++? you get the idea... me = C# Builder

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TextPad 4.5, they are up to 4.7.2 now. Its great, I use it for plain text, C/C++ game code, PHP scripts, editing HTML by hand, everything text related. I hate the auto-indent of Visual C, I would rather space myself.

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I use the K Advanced Text Editor (KATE) in a linux environment. I like it because i can change the font and background color (i like to edit on powder blue :-)

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Different stuff at different times:
Visual Studio .NET
Vistual Studio 6
GEdit
KATE
Anjunta
KDevelop

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MVS(.NET), an incrediable IDE. For all my C/C++ and C# programs.

Eclipse for all of my Java projects.

Eclipse w/ propiatary plugins for scripting languages.

EDIT:
For C/C++ porting, I still use the MVS.NET ide, then port using plain old VI. Simple, Clean, Effective....

[edited by - paulcesar on April 10, 2004 1:13:17 AM]

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VB.net & C++ = Visual Studio .Net
HTML / Javascript = Notepad
PHP = DevPHP

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UltraEdit for PHP and VS.NET 2003 for C#

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Q:What does a derived class in C# tell to it''s parent?
A:All your base are belong to us!

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right now MinGW Developer Studio.

http://www.devzoo.com/index.php?tooltype=WindowsEditor

for a list of diferents editors and IDE.

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Codewarrior 6 or Visual C++ 5. I prefer the former though - I''ve never had to deal with link errors the whole time!

Worship the holy trinity that is Blitz, Babes and Beers!

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I like to think I program in gvim (for linux), but a lot of the time, I end up using mcedit because I''m in mc (midnight commander - norton commander clone) in the console I use to build my programs.
-ReK

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Vim can work as a console. It has split windows, sub-shells, make, jump-to-next-error, ... Get rid of that mc :-)

Oh, and vim rulz now? I thought it pwnd! When did it get downgraded? :-)

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