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Text Editors Da_Nuke has used:

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MS-DOS Editor
Notepad++
gedit
pico
vim
1993–1999
I used it when I learned how to operate a computer in elementary school ^^
2006–
Easily the most solid text editor for Windows I've ever seen. I discovered it while looking for a text editor that could highlight VHDL syntax.
2007–
gEdit is the default text editor on Ubuntu, so I used it in a class where I had to use Linux for the first time. It's meh.
2007–
On my Linux class we used the commercial version of SUSE, which comes with Pico instead of Nano. It's a very average text editor with nothing special.
2007–
I took it on Linux class too. This editor made me realize why the console can get actually comfortable once you get used to it. To save a file with a Mexican keyboard, you hit Escape Shift+Period W Enter Insert; do this countless times because you have the reflex of saving every 10 seconds, and it comes off by pure and simple muscle memory.