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    Couldn't resist being the first to post here.

    I think a fabulous tool for any developer is TextPad - http://www.textpad.com. It is highly customizable, uses color coding (that the phrase for it?), allows you to set line breaks, and many other things. It has more features than I'll probably ever get around to using...

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    Editpad is also good.
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    My heart remains with TextPad! =)

    Go textpad! eehz...
    its the best editor...I've tried many, and this stands out.
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    Notetab looks pretty cool prequel - thanks for the link.

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    Originally posted by prequel
    http://www.notetab.com
    I have plugged them like ten times whenever a notepad discussion comes up. And no one ever notices. But as soon as prequel does, someone notives.

    Anyways, I love notetab its great!

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    Nate, I did notice and have bookmarked NoteTab to check out it's features...'betcha' a lot of others bookmarked it too!

    Came close to buying NotePad awhile back, but I already had CuteHTML which was included when I bought CuteFTP and I use that in conjuction with Dreamweaver.

    But what I really like is Evrsoft Instant Download of 1st Page 2000 - it's FREE, very easy to learn and is very flexible...

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    pico is the best
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    Originally posted by necrominator
    pico is the best
    PICO, is a text editor for unix, and does not come close to the features of any of the other stated editors. I dunno how that comment was relevent.

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    Originally posted by WebKat
    Nate, I did notice and have bookmarked NoteTab to check out it's features...'betcha' a lot of others bookmarked it too!

    Came close to buying NotePad awhile back, but I already had CuteHTML which was included when I bought CuteFTP and I use that in conjuction with Dreamweaver.

    But what I really like is Evrsoft Instant Download of 1st Page 2000 - it's FREE, very easy to learn and is very flexible...

    ----->Always, Always take the time to download any (and all) recommended programs so that you can test them out and find the best one for you and your needs before you buy.....I can't emphasize that enough<-----
    Hmm, downloading everything can be time consuming...but its the only way to find the true best software.

    BTW, theres no need to buy the full version of notetab. the light version works perfect as a html editor, and it free!

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    I like Edit Plus, get it at http://www.editplus.com
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    I have Dreamweaver 3, Cute HTML and Notetap. They are all great.
    1. Dreamweaver is great for the design stages
    2. CuteHTML great for plain HTML editing
    3. Notetab is great for checking for HTML errors and converting all you .html files to XHTML

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    I reiterate what I've said elsewhere.

    Real men use NotePad.

    And they set the text size really, really small, too.

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    Originally posted by etLux
    I reiterate what I've said elsewhere.

    Real men use NotePad.

    And they set the text size really, really small, too.
    No word wrap either right?
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    Word wrap is a criminal insult to a coder's ability.

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    Originally posted by etLux
    Word wrap is a criminal insult to a coder's ability.
    Why do it the hardway (notepad) when you can use editplus?

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    You just don't get the point, Zulu. You should always find the hardest possible way to do things -- anything; not just coding. For instance, using a key to unlock the front door of your home is sheer wimpery... when an ax or a battering ram is so much messier and more difficult.

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    LOL@ etLux

    I do like NotePad though.
    But reducing the stress with enhanced text editors when coding is still good thing

    And why you said that it creates smaller textfiles?
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    Originally posted by etLux
    You just don't get the point, Zulu. You should always find the hardest possible way to do things -- anything; not just coding. For instance, using a key to unlock the front door of your home is sheer wimpery... when an ax or a battering ram is so much messier and more difficult.
    Cool idea.. Now I know what has been wrong all my life
    I just got to go and push the car to the shops because it would be too easy to drive Hang on.. that would be hard.. I am not 17

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    Originally posted by PeterW
    Originally posted by etLux
    You just don't get the point, Zulu. You should always find the hardest possible way to do things -- anything; not just coding. For instance, using a key to unlock the front door of your home is sheer wimpery... when an ax or a battering ram is so much messier and more difficult.
    Cool idea.. Now I know what has been wrong all my life
    I just got to go and push the car to the shops because it would be too easy to drive Hang on.. that would be hard.. I am not 17
    Maybe you could try carrying your bike on your back
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    Originally posted by etLux
    You just don't get the point, Zulu. You should always find the hardest possible way to do things -- anything; not just coding. For instance, using a key to unlock the front door of your home is sheer wimpery... when an ax or a battering ram is so much messier and more difficult.
    Haha, yes bashing the door down is more fun. Why use an axe or ram when you can use your shoulders and cause more injury to yourself.

    I guess you are a programmer, then you should always code in binary (or byte codes in java) from your deduction.

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    isn't assembly lower than binary?

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    Seems to me both Assembler and Binary are just as geeky!

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    Originally posted by jumpthru
    isn't assembly lower than binary?
    Binaries are the 1's and 0's on which computational machines operate on. Where as assembly is a low level language used to assemble/compile the machine codes.

    I don't think anyone is mad enough to code in binary or even in bytes. But is always an exception right etLux?

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    That's interesting! Knowing that each byte is made of 8 bit (0's or 1's), how long would it take to code with 000101001
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