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    phpDesigner and Dreamweaver?

    What editors do you all use? Personally, I am a phpDesigner and Dreamweaver guy.

    I use phpDesigner when writing my code so it looks pretty and I don't leave anything out and then I use Dreamweaver to upload the code and do small edits.

    What about YOU?

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    I'm a vi guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I'm a vi guy.
    /me starts Googling

    Mastering the VI editor
    vi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Looks like a pain.

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    I use Notepad if it's for mehself. I use `pico` or `vi` if it's for Will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickycarrots View Post
    Looks like a pain.
    Oh, it is. It definitely is. But, once you learn it, vi is the most efficient and powerful editor ever developed.
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    Sounds like something my COBOL professor would say. I'm going to have to disagree without any knowledge in advance

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    Oh no, COBOL was designed to be easy from the start. COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language) was designed with the idea that normal business people could read and write useful programs. It failed miserably to meet that goal, but COBOL was an amazing success anyway.

    vi would be more like FORTRAN.

    Wait... Your COBOL professor? Universities are still torturing students with COBOL? Owwww...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Oh no, COBOL was designed to be easy from the start. COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language) was designed with the idea that normal business people could read and write useful programs. It failed miserably to meet that goal, but COBOL was an amazing success anyway.

    vi would be more like FORTRAN.

    Wait... Your COBOL professor? Universities are still torturing students with COBOL? Owwww...
    I have to take two semesters of COBOL (started my first semester in January). Talk about a crappy old language. There are still a lot of businesses that use the mainframe and require the COBOL language, such as State Farm. Most of these business' COBOL operators are getting ready to retire so they're all hiring IT students like myself.

    Stupid language = BIG MONEY

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    I use Notepad++ for everything, php etc. - I even have Word documents setup currently to go there but that often doesn't work :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by stickycarrots View Post
    /me starts Googling

    Mastering the VI editor
    vi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Looks like a pain.
    Make that 2 pains even though I love it too; specially when I'm far far away from my local Server and Laptop, putty + vi are my best friends; I can even work on my PDA.

    :wq

    Oh yes, I use Dreamweaver a lot too.

    EDIT

    90% of the banks in Europe still run COBOL programs on their IBM Z/OS systems (mainframes).

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