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By akshayarise, history, 11 days ago, In English,

Hi Guys,

Please let me know what are the IDE/editors should I use for c++ competetive programming in my local system in ubuntu 18.04.

These below are some IDE or editors I used but not satisfied.

1.) I used the microsoft visual studio but it is very slow and every time it asks me to make new project.

2.) I used gedit/nano in ubuntu and executed the command from ubuntu terminal for compilation but thats also not suitable for debugging of complex programs like tree and graphs.

 
 
 
 
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Auto comment: topic has been updated by akshayarise (previous revision, new revision, compare).

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I prefer Sublime Text. I think it's simple and cool. I use terminal to compile and generate my code.

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just use cout for debugging, i use everything from sublime text + terminal

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clion is great

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    how could I include <bits/stdc++.h> header in clion >

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    clion is paid and coming with 30 day trial.Do you know something which is open source? @Dijkstra

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I use CodeLite , it's free open-source

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I just use the custom test tab on Codeforces.

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I use vim, can't change the habit i guess.

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LooOooOooOoLooOooOooOooLoooL. LMAO. ROFL. The best IDE you can use is your brain.

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Sublime text + sublime input

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I prefer Turbo C++

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g++ and vim be the best. gdb for debugging