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Working from home at a laptop

Sometimes, no one can make your dream tool but you. Here's how to start building your own text editor.
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Nextcloud has one of the smoothest editors of the popular Markdown file type, with lots of convenient and intuitive features.
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Get to know Lua, a dynamically typed, lightweight, efficient, and embeddable scripting language, by programming a simple game.
Programming keyboard.

With elements of legacy systems, Pe is refreshingly simple with plenty of additional features.
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The C++ language is complex, but it can teach you a lot about data types, memory management, and code linking.
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Joe's Own Editor (JOE) is a general text editor that is easy to learn and use.
Writing in a notebook

If you have an analog soul but need a convenient digital version of your beloved paper notebooks, KJots is the editor for you.
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Lightweight and straightforward, nano delivers a simple, intuitive editor with no extra fuss.
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This obscure terminal feature provides a text editor in a pinch.
Science lab with beakers

Atom is a comprehensive environment that can accomplish tasks from basic to complex, for users from beginners to veterans.