Best C Ide Linux




Imagine you are a programmer who just install Linux. Text editor for programming apps certainly is the most important thing for you to install. After conducting various experiments, I recommend the Sublime for you to install. Sublime famously used for web developing, but it turns out there are a great many languages supported by Sublime, including the most basic c language learned by a programmer.

Why Sublime Text:


Comfortable Interface
Sublime has a very nice interface. Compared with other IDE application that displays white color and a very ordinary display, sublime look better with the default background is black and the font is comfortable to look at. This look certainly can customize later.



Syntax Highlighting For Many Languages
Syntax highlighting or different colors on each word in your program would really help you to recognize something you've written quickly. Different languages, certainly a different way of displaying colors and fontnya. Sublime provides various types of syntax highlighting.

Text Prediction and Auto Complete
You haven't finished typing in a Word, Sublime will directly provide a prediction of things you want to type. Not only for syntax that applies in a particular language, but also for the variable names you've typed in the file you are working on.

Auto Indentation
I have tried a few other IDEAS, but applications in the experiment, I did not find the applications that directly put your cursor in the column with the same previous row when you start a new line. There may be other applications that do this however hasn't happened to me try:)

I think things are very noteworthy for a programmer productivity.

There are many applications that are supported, when I made this article, supported languages on my laptop is ActionScript, AppleScript, ASP, Batch File, C, C#, C++, Closure, CSS, D, Diff, Erlang, Go, Graphviz (DOT), Groovy, Haskell, HTML, Java, JavaScript, LaTex, Lisp, Lua, Makefile, Markdown, MATLAB, Objective-C, OCaml, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Plain Text, Python, R, Rails, Regular Expression, reStructuredText, Ruby, Rust, Scala, Shell Script (Bash), SQL, TCL, Textile, XML, YAML



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