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Discussion in 'Programming' started by bosky101, Jul 27, 2005.
vim or gvim with cscope/ctags
I use it for everything from Java, JSP , HTML , CSS ....... :hap2:
Notepad (Very useful)
Arch Linux, Emacs, gcc, rxvt-unicode, bash and clisp
Notepad++, winscp, netbeans, VI & terminal(shell, etc).
1> VS 2005 2> Eclipse 3> Turbo C++ 4> Coffee Cup HTML Editor
Visual Studio 2008 SP1
MS SQL Server 2008
Adobe Photoshop CS4
FireBug for FireFox
IE Developer toolbar
TextPad - my fav for java, html, js, ajax, C++ editing
VC++ 2008 Express edition - free
dreamweaver CS3 - one of the most enhanced and advanced tools for web page development
Eclipse for java and Edit plus for everything else
Textpad - for PL/SQL
Toad - Version 7.6 Only. I don't like later versions.
Vmerge - for file comparisons
Notepad++ for PLSQL/Unix/XML
well personally notepaddoes the job for a lot of languages : HTML, cpp, even python. Induvidually I like TurboC for cpp and python ; auto indenting comes in handy.
Emacs and vi when working on linux..
VS studio IDE
Allround Automations' PL/SQL Developer
svn + Tortise Subversion client + Tortise Subversion plugin for PL/SQL developer
Oracle's SQL Developer ( snippets feature is extremely handy) for debugging
& ofcourse, SQL*Plus for adhoc query/reporting
Guys I see such alien names over here and it scares me . I would like to start coding/web designing also I aim to be a game designer . So I want to know what all softwares to use ?
I mean for not for graphics but on the coding part .
Right now I've thought of
C C++ C#
Dreamweaver cos I heard its used to make websites ?
PHP <-- I don't even know what it means and what it does . I just read somewhere its used .
And a few more I read . Now I do plan to master these currently I know Java and C++ basics . But my Sem1 book sucks . Its Computer Programming by Balguruswami and it sucks really really bad man . So please could someone tell me which book to read to start with C and C++ ?
Visual Studio 2008
MS Expression Suite
Visual Studio 2008
SQL Server 2008
Firefox + firebug
IE 7 + developer toolbar