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What's your favorite IDE/Text editor?

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    I’m using vim on Ubuntu WSL and VSCode on Windows, MacOS and Ubuntu as well.
    When I do web stuff I use sublime text because it has a good plugin for ftp and I didn’t find anything that good in VSCode yet
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    IntelliJ IDEA for Java, Vim for everything else.
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    Visual Studio
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    Visual Studio for C++ and Python projects, VSCode for smaller stuff, Vim when editing on a VPS
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    WebStorm and Jupyter. But, I'm liking VSCode more and more so contemplating a leap.
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    Atom is the perfect text editor if you ask me, the only problem is its built with Electron making it a nightmare for underpowered machines
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    ATOM for web projects!
    Jupyter for data science project
    And jetBrains IDE's for others like Java, C++,.. android
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    The one in my grass mower
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    Visual Studio e Visual Studio Code
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    Visual studio for old .net and vscode for the rest
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    My own personal Babbage Machine.
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    Emacs, but I use Spacemacs with Vim configs becaise the Emacs regular bindings sucks big time.
    Vim as a close second, it is far more important than Emacs since sometimes Vim is all you have when sshing into a server.

    For an actual graphical environment then I would say VS Code, Visual Studio and the JetBrains suite are my favorites.
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    Vim, but lately have been trying Neovim.
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    Emacs - without spacemacs. I'm so used to the emacs keybindings I can't change :P. But for serious stuff I use jetbrains products (their student license gives access to all of their products for free it's awesome 😁)
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    VSCode, but I'm trying to learn vim
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    Tried Sublime text and Atom.
    But now VScode, it's just perfect!
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    Sublime text 3 ftw!
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    NetBeans
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    Jetbrains then Atom. But I realize I try open more often Atom
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    vi, nano when I'm extremely tired
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    vim and sublime
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    Notepad

    Nah I use Sublime Text 3 Unlicensed(me big poor)
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    Depends on the use... for quick text editing, nothing is has a greater power to portability ratio than vim.

    For big projects that require an IDE, Jetbrains products have never done me wrong.
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    Used to use sublime but switched 1 month ago to VSCode
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    And so the great editor war continues.
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    VS2017 and VSCode
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    Atom, Brackets, Sublime
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