Which terminal editor do you use and why?

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vim, because I am used to it. Once you get used to they keys, it's tough to wean yourself away. The biggest thing about vim is that you don't have to take your hands off the main key set. Even for navigation, I don't need to reach for the arrow keys.

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Started using Vim and couldn't stop. There are just so many useful plugins out there. I switched over from Sublime Text and now I can't go back.

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Vim because I can use it locally on almost on any server that I need to connect to.

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VIM because it's masterfully handy, once i tried to shift to emacs, result is same but still vim seems familiar to me. Then i still go with VIM

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Vim, cos I don't know how to exit from Nano.

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Used to the VIM keys, use VIM keys inside intelliJ as well.

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Sublime is not that bad thought...

Is sublime works on terminal??? I don't think so, Read title

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I checked Vim but in fact I am using NeoVim. Why?

  • configurability
  • speed
  • hell lot of plugins
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slap, for its stupidly simple and universal shortcuts.

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Nano. Too damn fast and easy for small changes and file inspections. Vim is more powerful, but for complex tasks i see no need of a 'terminal' editor, i go with Atom.

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I use nano because I love to use it. And I use vi because I have to use it... it's on every *nix OS.

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