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By Smile_One_Smile, history, 7 months ago, In English

I am using Dev-c++, I think it is really reliable and convenient.But my friends are using Visual Studio Code.They are always persuading me to use Visual Studio Code as they do.So now I am not sure about which ide to use.I wonder what ide are you using. Could you please give me some advice? Thank you!

 
 
 
 
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Dev is simple but it is outdated now and dosent support C++14 and above. So you will run into issues when you compute large arrays along with syntax problems. So I switched to Sublime Text 3 and its ok, but its has some pop up prompts that are very annoying

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I'm exited to know which IDE's do Japanese, Russians, or Chinese use ??

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    I doubt it depends on nationality

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      Just wanted to know

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      Well sometimes it kinda does. For example in Romania most people are taught in school to write c++ code in code::blocks and because of this they might just stick with it.

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    Personally, I use Code::Blocks for competitive programming and Clion for industrial purposes

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    i use jet brains Clion

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Codeforces custom invocation

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    BEST ONE I FEEL BECAUSE U CAN SEE THE TIME AND SPACE TAKEN FOR THE CODE

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Google Translate is the best ide, you can literally write code in Python then translate it to C++ for better performance

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The good old Vim.

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I use command line :3

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I guess this should help resolve your query . Your text to link here...

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Sublime Text is by far the most preferable IDE for competitive programming.

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Legend uses vim, emacs or nano.

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I think cp editor is very convenient, but sadly you cannot interact with the exe which is unconvenient — you must input all you want to say before you run it. So in this case sublime would help.

btw, the topic is actually up to individual favours. Hardly would you ever thoroughly prefer sth others prefer.

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One and only

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I use editor in the "Submit Code" tab

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Xcode for writing my code & cf custom test for testing samples

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VScode with Github Copilot for writing code. CF Custom test for running the code and testing it.

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    Please use your brain instead of autopilot that's trained on datasets with other people's code. Even though Co-pilot can't solve some really hard task, you won't get much better if you use it to avoid thinking and write some basic algorithms. Learning always implies thinking, hey!

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      I never used Copilot for getting the algorithm. I doubt if it's even capable of doing it at this point of time. I use it for basic syntax and for parts of code which are just repetitive.

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Vim

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You must use VS Code, it is very friendly ide with multiple option and u don't need to download multiple ide`s for different languages , VS code allows to code in different languages , all you need is a a compiler and an extension that's it.

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    Sometimes it lags and it does not work properly. Use Sublime text with good build system for CP

    For setting sublime text for CP u can refer this link

    Link

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VS Code with CPH Submit + Competitive Programming Companion in Browser and CPH Helper extension in VSCode. It seems to work out pretty well. I Found a snippet generator for vscode, that saves some time.

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CPEditor is the best for me.

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I use vscode + acmX (extension by mnaeraxr) — it supports automatic parsing and testing of samples!

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The editor that one cannot exit.

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dev cpp is shit use codeblockc

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    Dev-C++ is the Nobles' Editor. So pupils(and newbies) don't understand why it is good.

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Dev-C++ is convenient and comfortable, but it doesn't have many functions.

VSCode is good and I often use it. If you are new to programming, I think Dev-C++ is the best.

Dev-C++ is the Nobles' Editor (贵族编辑器 in Chinese).

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Sublime Text 4 with CppFastOlympicCoding plugins.

In order to use this plugin, I modified another plugin "FastOlympicCodingHook" to adapt "Competitive Companion" in the browsers and problem transfer function of CCHv2.

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    Where can I download the plugin named "CppFastCompetitiveCompanion"?

    I can't find it on packagecontrol.io .

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      Sorry, I wrote the wrong name. Now the names are replaced.

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      About the second plugin, it's not on the Package Control. You can search the name and find the source of the original "FastOlympicCodingHook" in Github.

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Use Sublime text with good build system for CP

For setting sublime text for CP u can refer this link

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Visual Studio Community 2022. Yeah, i'm weird (:

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I prefer Visual Studio.

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I don't use any of these but telegram. And You know (ctrl c + ctrl v).

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Sublime Text 4 with LSP plugin and clangd language server

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I usually use Microsoft Word

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Telegram messaging service

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I am currently using Vs code, previously I used sublime text 3.
A few months before, I did some project work in vs code, at the time I don't know about the shortcuts or procedures to use, etc. because at that time I used sublime for CP. So, I have shifted from sublime to vs code. It benefits me while I was doing projects on vs code(shortcuts, etc.).

I prefer you to go with vs code(install some useful extensions like code runner, etc for CP).

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I had used Dev-c++ for about 2 years before I switched to VSCode with Clangd plugin for the fast code compeletion. However, since I took part in ICPC, finding no VSCode provided, I chose Emacs for the easy CUA keybindings(C-c for copy and C-v for paste) while Vim was hard for me. Several days later when coding in VSCode, I typed C-x C-s to save, and the whole line was killed! I didn't think I could go back to VSCode then.

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I think Geany Editor is the best if you want lightweight , powerful and beautiful text editor for CP

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i am happy with anything except codeblocks and dev c++.

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Started with vscode then switched to (neo)vim.

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I prefer Geany. It's Lightweight and convenient. It has everything Dev-C++ has. It almost supports all language as long as the compiler/interpreter is configured.

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@TOURIST USES FARMANAGER SO YOU CAN ALSO PREFER THAT