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By Svetlana Lucky
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Published: Aug 06 2012 / 13:11

You can make writing code as complicated as you want, but at the end of the day, all you really need is your favorite, trusty text editor. You can use a simple one like Microsoft’s Notepad, but oftentimes it’s helpful to have a text editor that has syntax highlighting/coloring, support for multiple languages, a robust find and replace feature, and other features and options that make writing code just a tad bit easier. If you’re in search of a good, free text editor – you’ve come to the right place. This article reviews 10 leading text editors that are best suited for developers.
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yakkoh replied ago:

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Missing is Kate also available for the Gnome env. Actually Kate is the most powerful editor born in Linuxland. For quick edits, may I also suggest the very simple leafpad.

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