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How To Install Atom Text/Code Editor On Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali? 0

How To Install Atom Text/Code Editor On Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali?

Atom Text/Code Editor is very powerful and original editor used in Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Fedora, Kali, CentOS, etc. Atom calls it as hackable text editor for the 21st Century as it provides very dynamic features for a simple text editor. Atom Text/Code Editor Features Atom Text/Code editor provides a lot of unique features in a powerful manner. Here are some of them. Teletype for Atom feature can...


How To Use Vi Editor?

vi is very powerful text editor where most of the Linux distributions provides. vim is improved version of the vi editor with more features. Most of the intersecting features complies with vim . In this tutorial we will learn how to use vi from start. Open File We will start by opening a text file by providing the name of the file. In this example we will open the file named poem.txt.

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How To Set, Configure and Use Vim Color Scheme

Vim is very popular ans useful text editor based command line and GUI. I prefer vim because of its featured over nano etc. Vim have color scheme and highlighting features where different syntax for programming languages can be printed in a pretty and understandable form. In this tutorial we will look how to change color schemes. Reading following tutorials will be beneficial. Linux Vi and Vim Command Line Text Editor...


Vim Undo and Redo Operations

While editing text files with vim we can make some little mistakes or want to revert to the previous states. In Microsoft Word there is features rich undo and revert functions. The similar undo and revert functionalities provided by vim too. List Changes In order to revert back we can list changes and related information. With the :undolist command we will list number of changes and time information. We will...


Vim Go To Line with Different Ways

Vim provides a lot of useful features and shortcuts during usage. In this tutorial we will look different ways to go specified line numbers or position in a file. Show Line Numbers In this tutorial we will learn navigating to the specified line in vim. But how can we specify line we want to go. We need line numbers. We are sure that counting line numbers one by one is...


Linux Vi and Vim Command Line Text Editor Tutorial

Linux provides a lot of useful tools from command line. Vi or Vim is one of the very popular text editor used in Linux , Unix and BSd operating systems. In this tutorial we will look different usage examples of the Vim. From up to now we will call Vim which is improved version of Vi. Open with File Name We can open a file by giving its name to...


Php – Install Php In Linux and Create Development Environment

[rps-include post=6522] As stated previous post Php is portable language. Which makes Php supports a lot of different platforms. In this post we will look how to install Php and IDE named Eclipse in Linux operating system like Fedora and Ubuntu. During post we will give both Fedora or yum and Ubuntu apt instructions. Let’s start the installation process. Fedora, CentOS, RedHat Installation In this part we assume we have all ready...


Vi/Vim Show Line Numbers

Vi is popular text editor for Linux and BSD environment. It gives a lot of feature to the user. But its learning curve is a bit complex. Actually learning vim is complex but after learning, it is very comfortable to work with text files. Vi is used system administrator, users, developers. Developers uses vim too. Because vim have very good syntax highlighting and wide programming language, configuration file support. Vi...


Vim Syntax Highlighting How To Turn On , Off

Vim is old and popular text editor. Vim roots goes to the vi. Vim is improved version of vi. Vim has a lot of features that makes users life better. One of the most loved vim feature is syntax highlighting. Syntax highlighting makes text or code easily readable by coloring statements. For this tutorial we will use following C code. Save this file as my.c .

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