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Discussion on: Text editor fetishists, unite!

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Sarvesh Chitko

I really prefer the Microsoft's Visual Studio Code for lightweight file modifications.
Comes with a bunch of features. The beauty of it is, you can customize it to act like a full IDE or keep using it as a regular code editor.
The other editor that I like is Programmer's Notepad.
Worth mentioning here is also: Notepad++

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Visual Studio Code is a good competitor for Sublime Text (although it lacks originality) and I keep an eye on it. But I find its performance unbearable.

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Sarvesh Chitko

Oh, I have not faced any performance issues yet. But, just like you, I keep looking for what is better than what I am using right now, and for now.
I will keep looking at the comments, hopefully, I'll find something better too.