Re: New programmer

Ed Sharp is a little more than just a text editor. It can be set up to compile for the language in use by hitting the F5 key. I think it now has Web client, which is similar to ResearchIt without the bugs. It is not a complete IDE, so there is no GUI builder. I have not yet used it for this purpose, but I am considering it for future projects.


Don Marang

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From: "chris hallsworth" <christopherh40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2010 7:42 AM
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To me, it's not a stupid approach, however with Visual Studio you have everything you need to compile and debug code as well, whereas with a text editor that's all you get; a text editor, nothing else. Just my £0.02 worth.


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On 01/05/2010 12:23, Øyvind Lode wrote:
Hi

What's the main advantages of using a IDE like Visual Studio?
I thought of just starting out coding in my favorite text editor EdSharp.
Is that a stupid approach?

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Thanks Chris. It is usable but not clean.
It is what it is unless I ever script it.
Rick USA
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Sent: Friday, April 30, 2010 5:54 PM
Subject: Re: New programmer


No I was using JAWS at the time. No workaround as far as I knew solved it.


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On 30/04/2010 22:27, RicksPlace wrote:
Hay Chris: Are you running Windoweyes? I have a tough time with
Intellisense reading too much and even reading what I had typed on the
TextEditer line. Is that the same problem you were having? If so let me
know how you worked around it. It is annoying.
Rick USA
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Sent: Friday, April 30, 2010 2:20 PM
Subject: Re: New programmer


Hi, I used Visual C# Express 2008, which is very accessible. There are
issues with the intellisense feature, but worked around the problem.
The Express editions of Visual Studio uses language-independent IDEs,
whereas Professional and higher use one IDE for all languages.
Hope this helps.



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On 30/04/2010 19:14, Øyvind Lode wrote:
Thanks all!
Chris:
Is Visual C# Express Edition accessible out of the box?
And what's the difference between Visual Studio Express, Visual C#
Express?
Is it just that Visual C# is only a C# IDE and Visual Studio is a
complete
IDE for C, C++, C#, F# etc?

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hallsworth
Sent: 30. april 2010 19:44
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Subject: Re: New programmer

I would go for C# as it's very similar to java in terms of program
structure. When I told my professors at university that I couldn't use
Java natively, that's what they suggested; c#. I used the Visual C#
Express Edition for my programming assignments. Hope this helps.


Chris Hallsworth
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On 30/04/2010 16:13, Øyvind Lode wrote:
Hi

I want to learn to program.
I'm not quite sure what to dive into yet.
I think I want to focus on desktop application development on Windows.

Which language do you recommend?
C, C++, C#, F#, Ruby, Python, Java etc?

Currently I'm leaning towards C# or Java.
I don't know why though :)

I'm a Jaws user and EdSharp is my text editor of choice.



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