A lot of people do. Especially Linux zealots, you'll find, claim that vi or emacs is good enough for everything and anything (not putting Kalle in that category, just pointing out a fact). In truth it's all you need, but there's still a few of us out there that like to be as efficient as possible.
Notepad with the paperback webster's dictionary module, and the php.net extension. Syntax highlighting provided by Crayola.
haha, that actually made me lol pretty hard
+rep for you =P
Originally Posted by Aaron
I can't beleive Kalle, my idol, uses notepad.
Its not very hard, its just about getting used to do it, I do use Visual Studio for C however but its only for its quick references to MSDN else I have disabled all those "fancy" editor features when coding =)
I've always thought that using notepad was like mowing your lawn with scissors.
The auto indent feature is amazing, and so is the synchronization with a remote system. I'm hungry. Notepad has no syntax highlighting, meaning easy errors. Meaning phail to me.
I am going to throw my wireless card out the window now so I stop browsing forums and get to work on the stuff that I need to get to work on.
syntax highlighting doesn't really make any differences to me, with time comes experince, its mainly just in the beginning you make these easy errors, if you do get an error it doesn't take other than 5secs to fix it anyway.
Maybe sync with a remote system is a great feature, but I've always worked as a one person and therefore never really needed to remote sync other than CVS which is done by Tortoise in explorer really easily =)