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Which text editor are you guys using ?
PS: Vim is evil !

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    Then I must be evil, and you must be an emacs user :P
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    Sublime text 3 😊
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    notepad++ on win and sublime text on linux
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    VS Code and vim
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    vim is life
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    Atom ?
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    Sublime text with vintage (vin like interface). All the bloat of sublime, with all the confusion of vim.
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    recently upgraded from sublime to atom
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    cat <<EOF >> file.txt
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    On windows, visual studio
    On linux, vim/Clion
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    Visual Studio on Windows (mostly C#, with C++ is not that powerful)

    Eclipse on Linux

    PyCharm wherever I go :)
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    vim 😈
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    In the last 30 days: 97.46% neovim & 2.54% Sublime Text 3, according to Wakatime.
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    Scratch on ElementaryOS
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    Sublime text

    So intuitive which I found vim to not be. But in sublime I knew of ctrl-p to go-to something and I could switch files with that. I thought what I I just Ctrl-p and leave it blank would it switch be back to the last file? Sure enough it did.

    What I think it would do it just does. And the mutli-cursors, command palate support for regex and search in files etc really sold me on it coming from notepad++ previously which while nice wasn't as intuitive or have quite the awesome UI that Sublime has.
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    Mostly VS Code but I still use Sumblime Text 3 at times
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    @milkybarkid emacs FTW. To be honest I once opened VIM and never understood how to exit it. Since then never tried it again 😂
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    atom
    Microsoft visual code
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    Atom <3
    (PythonIDE: Pycharm)
    (JavaIDE: IntelliJ Idea)
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    Sublime text and sometimes Netbeans (I use Netbeans to justify codes)
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