On Tue, 2007-10-16 at 15:47 +0300, Manolis Kiagias wrote:
> 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* !
Thanks for the guidance, you've helped me. Indeed ;;
Byung-Hee HWANG <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
InZealBomb, Kyungpook National University, KOREA
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