Re: Recommended editor for novice programmers?
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On Sun, Sep 03, 2017 at 08:48:08PM +0200, solitone wrote:
> On Saturday, 2 September 2017 15:01:37 CEST The Wanderer wrote:
> > I'm not sure what you would qualify as a "programming editor", but what
> > I use to write code (when nano won't do) is geany, which is a graphical
> > syntax-highlighting editor with various other features useful to a
> > programmer.
> But is there anything that can do code autocomplation, for C++ or Java for
> instance? Like getting the list of methods available for an object, when
> typing a dot, as a typical IDE would do.
Never used it myself (I don't particularly care about autocompletion), but
Emacs Semantic reportedly does.
If you are serious about programming, Emacs is definitely worth a look.
Editors are our most important tools. That's why there are so many choices.
- -- tomás
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