Re: What php editor
Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 23:37:13 -0500
I've found PSPad very useful for programming and general text editing. I keep it
on my flash drive, so it's available on whichever machine I'm on. It does a nice
job with PHP, SQL, VB, C, etc. and you can set it up for any language it doesn't
know about. It allows you to have multiple files open in a tabbed environment
and save your setup as a project. Did I mention it's free?
> What php editor will you recommend.
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