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    i dont know why but i just find it easier, without all the syntax highlighting etc.
    Im the same. Notepad and wordpad do the trick just fine. Syntax highlighting just confuses the whole thing. And when the script is run you get an error if its broken so you know where to fix anyway.
    If knowledge is power - Why isn't our army librarians?!
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    When i was little i broke my neck, and i havent looked back since .
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1337-Dev
    Im the same. Notepad and wordpad do the trick just fine. Syntax highlighting just confuses the whole thing. And when the script is run you get an error if its broken so you know where to fix anyway.
    How anyone can say that is beyond me. Errors aren't always outputted correctly in PHP and don't always give the correct line. Also imagine you have one missing closing single quote somewhere. It'd take you seconds to find it with syntax highlighting on as opposed to with it off

    Also as far as you advocating or even discussing cracking software, I'm surprised you haven't been formally warned within the thread.

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    Heh, yeah that was a while ago, and i justified why i said it, so leave it at that .
    If knowledge is power - Why isn't our army librarians?!
    Statistics show that 63% of all statistics are fake.
    When i was little i broke my neck, and i havent looked back since .
    I completed the internet in 1 week. The end boss was pretty easy though .

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    Programmer's Notepad seems to be pretty neat.

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    http://scintilla.sourceforge.net/SciTE.html
    It has auto complete for functions as well as anything you have typed in the current document.

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    well i dont have problems finding errors php errors are 90% of the time the line above and i usualy just use include 'footer.php';
    exit;

    so i dont need to worry about a missing }
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    you don't get the point,
    we took so much time to choose the right IDE,
    that we get obfuscated by somebody who just use notepad

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    zimba was that aimed at me . Dont know what you mean? I just find notepad and wordpad easier to use. Its a matter of opinion.
    If knowledge is power - Why isn't our army librarians?!
    Statistics show that 63% of all statistics are fake.
    When i was little i broke my neck, and i havent looked back since .
    I completed the internet in 1 week. The end boss was pretty easy though .

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    sorry my joke doesn't seem to work out in english

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    Ha ha, guess not.. .
    If knowledge is power - Why isn't our army librarians?!
    Statistics show that 63% of all statistics are fake.
    When i was little i broke my neck, and i havent looked back since .
    I completed the internet in 1 week. The end boss was pretty easy though .

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    here's the reason i started using editpad over notepad: multiline find/replace. you can also find/replace tab characters and switch between unix/windows/mac line formatting. notepad can't and will break code created in unix

    there are tons of other features too but those were definitely the huge ones that made me switch from notepad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmann
    I second that! Context is great for everything really. Fast/lightweight + has syntax highlighting for many types of files.

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    I like Crimson editor. It's always worked for all the languages I program in, and I like it's syntax highlighting.

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    I used to use PHPEdit before I started to use Dreamweaver MX for PHP.

    http://www.waterproof.fr/products/PH...creenshots.php

    Give it a try... I havent used it in a couple of years but I'm sure that it has improved over the years. It was good then... it's got to be good now right???
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    scite, you'll be surprised how cool it is

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    @sputza:

    PHPEdit is no longer free I have heard.
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    It's free for personal use
    The default UI is a bit cluttered, but after customisation, it is good
    Speed & scalability in mind...
    If you find my reply helpful, fell free to give me a point


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