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stepto

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Hey guys, I was just wondering what some of your favourite IDEs/Compilers are and why?

To be honest, all I've used is CodeBlocks (bc I had a ****** computer at the time) and MSVC. Although, I am leaning towards perhaps getting Intel's C++ compiler for Windows.
 
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I assume you're talking about C++ from your mentioning of CodeBlocks.

For me, it depends on platform.

Windows:
- Visual Studio w/ MSVC

Linux:
- CLion w/ g++

Although, technically, I switch between CLion and QtCreator on both platforms.
For Java, I use eclipse. For web development, I use Atom.
 
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Windows:
- Visual Studio w/ MSVC
MSVC could be better with templates but it's getting better and really isn't a big deal

Linux:
- vi / gcc
 
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Anything JetBrains or Visual Studio.
 
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Jetbrains, when i use to have windows it would be Visual Studio
 
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I have become extremely fascinated with the recent additions to the Jetbrains family. IntelliJ is by far the nicest Java IDE I've had to work in, same for Pycharm. I have loved using CLion lately, I really enjoy all of their products. Definitely a happy customer.
 
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Anything by JetBrains is pretty sweet, in my opinion.
 
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If you're a student with an edu email, you get all of jetbrain's IDEs for free. Amazing deal.
 
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Anything by JetBrains is pretty sweet, in my opinion.

Yeah Nagato actually just introduced me to PhpStorm. Been giving that a try. I intend to buy it now. Anyways, the debugger and live preview is what I like.
 
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Yeah Nagato actually just introduced me to PhpStorm. Been giving that a try. I intend to buy it now. Anyways, the debugger and live preview is what I like.
If you're a student or working on something open source, you can snag it for free.
 
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If you're a student or working on something open source, you can snag it for free.

Yeah appreciate the heads up. I heard about that too. Not going to school yet but plan to. Good information.
 
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I love vim and g++ on my Linux. If I can't use them, I'll go with Sublime Text 3 and g++. I know those are not IDEs, but their combination (and additional plugins) makes one.
 
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