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By o0o0o, 3 years ago, In English,

I personally feel good to use Codeblocks, its interface so good and feel free to code !

Can I customize the keyboard shortcuts, shortcut like Vim ?

 
 
 
 
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personally i love to use eclipse as is autocompletion is smarter than the one in codeblocks.

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Visual Studio 13 because of autocompletion.

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    but visual studio doesn't have gnu g++ compiler right? That's why i stopped using VS 13.

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      Bad reason.

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      Actually, after this 21 months I've changed Windows to Ubuntu, and now I use CLion. If I want to specify some libs, then I compile project in console with all necessary keys.

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I use dev C because it is trashy. that way i could show everybody my pure programmings skills :D

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    Just wrote a contest on dev C today. It's shit. Do not write a contest on dev C.

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      I had to to an on location contest using dev C++. I understood what you meant :-)

      Honestly, on Windows, Codeblocks is enough and really bullet-proof. I personally use freopen to use I/O files if I really need to, otherwise the console provided by Codeblocks is usually enough.

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    I also love to use Dev C, because it loads very fast, unlike eclipse or visual studio.

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    But now you don't :)

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    Am I the only one who is too lazy to get used to another IDE so they ended up tied with a "trashy" IDE that I were first introduced? :/

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I mostly use Codeblocks 13.12. I love it. It autocompletes me. Sometimes I use Gedit or Sublime Text and I compile my sources using the linux terminal.

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I use Codeblocks :)

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I use Far Manager because it is very smart and it is very easy to configure files with Far.

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I like Sublime Text. I don't need much in an IDE, though — so I use it mostly because it looks good :D

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    do you use it compiling separately in terminal ?

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      Yes.

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        you should use Sublime Input, if you put your stdin in a comment, sublime input package will build the cpp file and then run it on your given stdin.. https://packagecontrol.io/packages/Sublime%20Input

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          You know, if I put the stdin in a separate file, and then press Alt+Tab+(Up+Up+Enter)x2 (about 1-2 seconds), the same will happen and there's no need to rely on packages that I may or may not have access to.

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      Or you can do Ctrl/Cmd + B if it's just one file. You can also set it up for using the makefiles.

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        Ctrl+B is pretty nice (vs compiling in terminal). You get automatic scrolling to any line that has a compiler error (which most IDEs have, but terminal doesn't), and you can customize flags so you don't have to remember what to type in the terminal all the time. I only use -O2 --std=c++11 -Wall -Wl,--stack but of course you can go as crazy as you want.

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      I use SublimeText with this —

      #ifndef ONLINE_JUDGE
           freopen("in", "r", stdin);
      #endif
      

      And also customized the Build Script to have output in the sublime shell :)

      No need to run in separate terminal. And also this works faster than any method, in code testing. Just press Ctrl + B and you have the output :)

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    What OS do you use for programming?

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I use gedit :P

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Hi

I use Emacs because it has some good property.

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    That's a good operating system, but I prefer Ubuntu. I use Sublime Text with terminal to compile, and I use < and > to redirect input and output from and to files.

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Vim mostly.Because I don't know how to get out of it.

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    I want to use VIM , its feature is too good !

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I see sometime , somebody works in black interface like TC , which interface do u like ? (black, white or others )

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I use Turbo C++. Life's pretty rough.

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I use VIM everywhere because its very easy to use (for me) and has very little or no distractions. I have a few shortcuts set up for programming contests for compiling. There is a plugin called syntastic which is very useful for syntax checking and highlighting for C++.

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Sublime Text.

I split the window in 4 parts — code (on the left), compilation output (just below the code), problem input and problem output (both on the right).

I find snippets are very helpful to automate common tasks, and it provided basic auto-complete that helps to avoid typos. It's easy to compile/execute from within the editor using CTRL + SHIFT + B, and jump to compilation errors from the compilation output.

One of the manual things that I haven't got around automating is when the process gets stuck and needs to be killed. Then I find the process id manually and kill it in the terminal.

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    Previously, I used Codechef ide but from last 2-3 months I am using Sublime Text by splitting the window as you mentioned. Its really fast and cool.

    Thanks.

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I use Codeblocks to write competitive programming codes, because it's used in most programming contests and it's fast, open-source. I use VS2013 and Eclipse to write my homework, because they're more convenient.

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I use codeblocks because it's easy to use.

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I think this topic is very well covered here.

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My heart belongs to MS Visual Studio

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Intellij Idea. Most of people who use java use it.

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Screw you all, real men wrote codes with notepad + cmd!! who needs IDE anyway for competitive programming :p

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I use Ubuntu SDK... Because it's also very smart.

Ohhellotextest

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no ide. I use nano on a tty :3 . mostly because I'm too lazy to install an ide.

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Personally, I use GNU Emacs.( http://xkcd.com/378/ :D)

The main reason is that it has easy commands for almost everything -- basic cursor movement,deleting/inserting text,buffer creation/movement/deletion etc. It also has quite a lot of modes(c++ mode, java mode, fundamental mode), which make it easy to use for all languages. It has also got a pretty easy to understand tutorial, which explains the basics.

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I have a terrible experience till now :D
I have almost tried every ide and every text editor and had used visual studio if i had an ide mood and far manager if i'm in an editor mood xD ( they are two powerful as they are :) ).
now i've switched to mac os since about 4 days and till now i can't determine which editor/ide i would use.

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I use Vim with steroids :P --> https://github.com/carlhuda/janus

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I use Vim in Terminal.

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I love to use Sublime text <3

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I love write program in C# and VS 2013 IDE.

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    Once I decided to use Visual Studio for a CF round so I started it a few minutes before the start of the contest and it was ready to use 15 minutes after the contest had already finished. Since then I have never tried to start it again.

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      It's absolutely unusual, unless in first run.

      Visual Studio is slow in first run. it take several minutes to load

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Vim is the only option.

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I use CLion on Arch Linux for easy compilation, nice autocomplete, a nice debugger, live templates, and its built-in static analysis.

Maybe I depend too much on tooling but who cares ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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I normally use Codeblocks and I find it pretty amazing. Earlier, I would do my coding on Dev Cpp. I must say what a change! But nothing beats Visual Studio. It's THE IDE for Cpp.

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I use notepad++ and g++(cygwin) to play contest.

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I use Sublime Text . I generally write codes in java . And if one has good control over his/her language the editor provides a pretty decent platform to compile , segregate input/output files in tabs and also decent styling.

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    > java
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    LOL, why not IDEA?

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IDEONE lol

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I Use Atom... it is cool enough :)

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    I have also used it, then I switched to sublime text 3. I think sublime is better. If visual assist was free, then I guess visual studio would be better.

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I use VS when my labtop being with me
when using others computers , i use cpp.sh or Codeforces tester.
or if the computer contain gcc then i use any small editor

I like to use JetBrains too

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ATOM IDE is best to use, simple sublime text like editor and I can compile in my computer itself.

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    What OS do you use with Atom?

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      Atom is supported in multiple OS, I use it using windows 10...

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        I know. I asked becouse i have some problems whith Atom installation on Linux.

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I use Sublime text 3.

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Codeblocks 16.01 is really good. They've improved many features than the previous versions(autocompletion, debugger, etc...) and fixed some issues(for example in the previous versions when you open a new project without closing the program the autocompletion doesn't work unless you close the code file and re-open it, now I don't see such issue).

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I use Programmers Notepad (http://www.pnotepad.org/) and I am quite happy with it. It is lightweight, has no distraction, can be downloaded as a portable version, can be easily configured for competitive programming Here is how to set it up to compile your C++ programs => http://algorithm4fun.blogspot.be/2015/08/compiling-c-programs-on-programmers.html

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TextWrangler, with Terminal (macOS Sierra). Sometimes IDLE, as I may switch from Python to C++ and vice versa.

When I am at school, I use gedit, with Terminal (Linux Debian). I wish they had SublimeText on their computers, though.

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I have used KDevelop since I switch to linux and I have some nostalgic relationship to that IDE :D And yes, I like its semantic analysis and the way of coloring the variables — each variable has a different color :D

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For competitive programming I mostly use Codeblocks because it's easy to use and sometimes Vim. Eclipse for Java/Python.

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I prefer to use Codelobster with special plug-ins for popular frameworks.

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Mircrosoft Word

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I love to use Code::blocks. It's easy to use and I love the colors the keywords in the editor.

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Atom is the best .... :)

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VIM <3, I can not go out either :,'v

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Geany, simple interface, and very lightweight. But lately I start shifting to Visual Studio Code, simple and clean interface, and the integrated terminal is very useful.

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This blog is asking what IDE do you use not if you write in text editor and compile in terminal. Anyway mentioning that here or even doing that in your life won't get you laid.

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I use Sublime Text 3.

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I love IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition. I code using Java and I think it is the best IDE for Java Coders. The reasons are:

  • Classy interface
  • Option for git integration
  • Option for gist support(I need it as I do blogging)
  • CHelper extension support for automatic parsing of test cases & testing(OMG thing. Go to this link to learn more about this extension. I'm sure you will love it)
  • Topcoder plugin support(Another OMG feature)
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ucoder

use this to solve problem A

include <bits/stdc++.h>

int n, x ; int a[330]; set < int > myset; int main() { cin >> n >> x; for(int i=0; i<n; i++) cin >> a[i]; for(int i=0; i<n; i++) myset.insert(a[i]); int ans = 0; for(int i=0; i<x; i++) { if (!myset.count(i)) { ans++; } } cout << ans << endl; }

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I code in Java. I ususally use Eclipse, but I have recently started using IntelliJ IDEA. I like it better. It feels better.

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I love Emacs because its very extensible, with a terminal emulator that is already available in it. Creating files, editing, and all the features in all other IDEs are all available with lots of other features.