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    I am looking into learning web design and programing. could someone tell me what the best open source text editor/programming software out there for this venture. i would like color coding and all if possible. thanks.

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    Different people have different ideas about what is "the best".

    Some popular options would include BlueFish, Quanta, and Screem. You can find some others here.
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    I used bluefish while I was lerning PHP, but for every day routine text editing and light programing, I just use VIM. BUT, most of my programing is done over a putty ssh session, so I started it more out of necessity, and keep doing it out of me just know VI well enough that Bluefish would slow me down.
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    I haven't done much coding lately, but I find kwrite to be just right for me.

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