Byung-Hee HWANG wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-10-16 at 08:47 +0300, Manolis Kiagias wrote:
>   
>> Byung-Hee HWANG wrote:
>>     
>>> Hi there, I'm beginner.
>>>
>>> Please recommend for proper editor so that ...
>>> I want to practice *Python* under best environment ...
>>>
>>> vim, emacs, gedit, or notepad.exe, ... 
>>>
>>> If you give me good advice about that, I'll study very hard ...
>>>
>>> So which one is best editor? ...
>>>
>>>   
>>>       
>> There is no such thing as a "best" editor. Which one you know better NOW?
>> If the goal is to study Python (assuming no previous experience), go
>> along with the easiest for you. For starters, if you are using a  GUI,
>> go with Python's own IDLE environment. It is not "advanced", but neither
>> are you at this point. And it does have some advantages (like immediate
>> execution of commands to try out things).
>> Spending time learning a complex editor like vi or emacs, will certainly
>> pay up in the long run though.
>>     
>
> Nope. I don't care what it costs. I don't care even if I have to learn a
> complex editor for long time ...
>
> To tell truth, I really want to learn Python with a complex editor like
> Emacs. I feel so sorry for I object to your professional opinion;; 
>
>   
:) :) This is not a professional opinion, it is just a way of thinking
that may or may not apply to you in this case (or generally).
You are welcome to start learning both Python and Emacs at the same
time, and delve deep at both. In fact, there are so many editors and
programming languages available in FreeBSD you can spend an entire
lifetime learning. It *is* my exact defintion of *having fun* !
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