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    We have to use one that is ~8 years old, even though there are updates available, since our Pcs are too slow to use the up to date version of this shitty enough IDE.
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    How I started: VB 6
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    Is dev cpp considered stone age IDE?
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    @Xamenyap i think so? Haha
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    Yeah just use vim!
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    But how will we the appreciate how far we've come? /s
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    >Not using notepad
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    Dr.java makes me want to harm myself
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    If you MUST make people learn eLisp, allow them to try it outside of emacs...
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    My university uses BlueJ to teach since it was made by a couple of the professors here. Ok to start off with but I think they leave it in the course far too long.
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    freepascal
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    @ArchLinux That's how I got shit score on a programming compentition as well. Atleast I had conio.h of all things.
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    Our professor in algorithms and data structures are coding Java examples in BlueJ and uploading the code to SharePoint.
    It didn't take more than 2 minutes before one of us were writing a script to download the code from SharePoint and upload to Github automatically.
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    We use Java Editor. I don't know how old it actually is but lemme give you a taste:
    - does not get indentation right
    - autocorrects wherever it's possible (consider wanting to type else if but instead it formats 'else [whitespace] if' to
    else{
    if{
    }
    }
    - most rudimental implementation of undoing ever
    - quote from the website: "Java Editor is completely compatible with Linux. [Starts to give instructions on how to install WINE]
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