PainInTheASP: Which one is Notepad.exe?
EvilEgg: PainInTheASP: Which one is Notepad.exe?I am a vi expert, I get so very frustrated when I use notepad.How can one live with an editor without a way to switch fs for vs in in all lines ending with s?
make me some tea: I never learned to use vi much beyond basic stuff. I know how to quit the thing and save a file and sometimes I can insert text.I guess maybe I should learn it, might be useful at some point.
nekom: a TRUE computer geek uses switches for binary input
Wanebo: Emacs is fine for new users, VI certainly is not and has a pretty steep learning curve. But once you learn the VI commands it kicks Emac's ass.
Ivo Shandor: nekom: a TRUE computer geek uses switches for binary inputSwitches? Luxury. I once hand-programmed an EPROM using jumper wires on a solderless breadboard.And this whole debate is silly because ed is the standard text editor.
Wanebo: VI certainly is not and has a pretty steep learning curve.
Doktor_Zhivago: i just use the edit feature in DOS
Sum Dum Gai: Visual Studio-like program created by my company (for M)
Destructor: Really? I thought I was like the only guy in the world who used it (decades ago). Huh. Neat!
Destructor: m.exe (and mep.exe in OS/2)I was one of the "elite"... Heh. (emacs in a pinch)(It came with the very early versions of MS C/C++)
Begoggle: [img.fark.net image 275x183]I can use vi and emacs.But it is 2014 not 1985.
Sum Dum Gai: Destructor: Really? I thought I was like the only guy in the world who used it (decades ago). Huh. Neat!M is a very big language in the healthcare industry; many of the major players use it. I believe also the banking industry, and I know the European space industry as well.
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