Yeah, I really like Ultraedit. One of its features I love is it can
read and save both Dos text and Unix formatted text files. This makes
porting code too and from Linux a snap.
On 1/12/11, Kai <kaixi...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> It does work like that; In your text editor, you write a line of code, write
> a semicolon if applicable, then hit enter to "break a line" (which means to
> start a new line).
> Notepad is horrible. You should consider giving something like UltraEdit,
> TextPal, or (my personal favourite) Metapad a try.
> BGT's actually a nice, straightforward scripting language. Things could be
> worse: you could be having to deal with Python which uses spacing as a code
> UltraEdit (RegExp capable):
> NoteTab (RegExp capable):
> Round-up of code-friendly text editors (not guaranteed to be accessible):
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