shamrock08 wrote:I would stick with notepad (or whatever is the simplest text editor your OS offers) for editing and the command prompt for compiling, running, jarring, etc. Somebody who sticks with the basics for the first year of programming will turn out to be a better programmer than somebody who used a fancier IDE with syntax highlighting, auto-completion, compiling and running without the command prompt, and whatever other bells and whistles come with it.
Im looking for a good source file editor and am wondering what you would recommend?
Will only be using it for developing simple test programs (for study purposes) - at the moment.
I dont mind splashing out a few Euros either.