editor : Java Glossary

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The CurrCon Java Applet displays prices on this web page converted with today’s exchange rates into your local international currency, e.g. Euros, US dollars, Canadian dollars, British Pounds, Indian Rupees… CurrCon requires an up-to-date browser and Java version 1.7 or later, preferably 1.8.0_20. If you can’t see the prices in your local currency, Troubleshoot. Use Chrome for best results.

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Introduction VIM
Ideal Editor Non programmable editors
Choosing an Editor Bluefish
Programmable editors Ed
Codewright Notepad
EMACS Notepad++
jEdit TextPad
Multiedit Zeus
NoteTabPro Tips
SlickEdit® Links
UltraEdit

Introduction

A program whose main function is composing and modifying text files, without embedded formatting for font, colour etc. A word processor, in contrast, creates proprietary format files that encode font, colour, size etc. One of the main uses of an editor is preparing Java source code or HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) for web pages. Every IDE comes with an editor. An editor might be used to create HTML, which has text formatting, but you work with raw text tags. It lets you create or modify plain text files such as *.txt *.bat *.btm *.csv *.java *.c *.cpp *.xml *.html. Word processors are not text editors, though sometimes they can be used that way.

Ideal Editor

A serious text editor should have the following features:

Choosing an Editor

Your choice of editor is crucial. You will use it more than any other program. It is very hard to switch editors, because they each work differently, and you do most of your editing without conscious thought about the particular keystrokes.

My favourite editor is SlickEdit®. However, I am using a very old version since the upgrade is so expensive. My least favourite editor is EMACS (Extensible Macro System). It is just too unlike any other Windows program. Not even the mouse works the same way. It has a powerful LISP (List Processing language) macro language which is why people fall in love with it.

Programmable editors

Prices are in CurrCon Applet needs Java 1.7 or later to display prices in your local currency. . Programmable editors include:

Non programmable editors

Prices are in CurrCon Applet needs Java 1.7 or later to display prices in your local currency. . Non programmable editors include:

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