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Text Editors [Jan. 27th, 2013|09:22 pm]
Douglas Spencer
This is a question about what you use when you want to edit a file that contains text.

Poll #1892847 Text Editors

I use ...

vi or a variant thereof
16(23.9%)
Emacs or a variant thereof
7(10.4%)
Notepad or a variant thereof
27(40.3%)
MS-DOS Editor or a variant thereof
0(0.0%)
Something else which I will explain in comments
17(25.4%)


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[User Picture]From: akicif
2013-01-28 10:09 am (UTC)
EMACS at work and Textpad when I'm using Windows.
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[User Picture]From: akicif
2013-01-28 11:28 am (UTC)
Will use other editors from time to time, but I like to have decent regexp support.
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[User Picture]From: andrewducker
2013-01-28 08:03 pm (UTC)
Yeah, the regex support in Textpad is handy.
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