Sorry about double posting but I try to avoid IDE's when possible. My exception has to be the PureBasic and SpiderBasic IDE's. I will use them if i need to, like Java and Eclipse. VSCode is nice but I wouldn't call it an IDE for say. It spans a wide range of languages, as well as not having many in-built features, I mean auto-indentation and auto-complete but you have to download compilers from inside the program for different languages and I don't consider it an IDE for that reason. I still like it, however.
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