Code Editors

A code editor is a software tool used for writing, editing, and debugging code written in programming languages. Code editors typically provide various features and tools to help developers write programs more easily and efficiently.

Some features that a code editor may have include:

1. Syntax highlighting: Code editors provide syntax highlighting for various programming languages to prevent syntax errors while writing code and improve readability.

2. Autocomplete: Code editors offer an autocomplete feature while writing code to help developers write code quickly.

3. Debugging: Code editors provide the ability to execute and debug code to find and solve errors in code.

4. Integrated Development Environment (IDE): Some code editors function as integrated development environments, integrating tools such as compilers and debuggers to make programming tasks more convenient.

Popular code editors include Visual Studio Code, Atom, Sublime Text, Vim, and Emacs.

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