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I did that once, it freaks people out...
Sitting in the back of the class is a nice strategy.
Although I've been sleeping in the front desk as well.
I can't recommend falling asleep while taking notes, your handwriting gets smaller and ends in a straight line right across the page.
Or falling asleep on small college desks. My arm fell off and I nearly ended on my neighbors lap.
Also don't fall asleep while talking, you'll say some pretty weird sh*t like "I want to leave, but all the sinkhole's are hidden." Nice detail, "hidden" and "clogged" are the same word in the Netherlands, so I may have meant "clogged", but that made no sense in the context
What's NEVER a good idea is being called to read for the class, then wake up violently and shout "WHO!?" throughout the class
Does it not call a compiler? Does it not execute the executable? And can it not attach a debugger to the executing process? It's an IDE; just not a full-featured one.
"and leaves more complex workflows to fuller featured IDEs." -- Visual Studio Code FAQ
My hope is that it's more like the Turbo Pascal (4 and 5) IDE. Over the last few years I have developed a simple IDE of my own with only the features I need. Debuggers, syntax-highlighting, and Intellisense (though convenient when available) are not things I generally need.
Same opinion here. I like Notepad++, but there is a need for something simimilar on linux and especially for the people from the win-dev-world.
Please I know about 'vi', but it's not my 1st choice only tool... please!
Something about which we often break our head:
"In the name of the Compiler, the Stack, and the Bug-Free Code. Amen."
Sublime Text is still around for the Mac - shame it never got developed further than it did.
TextWrangler (free) is ok(ish) too if you're desperate, but VS Code does a decent enough job too. I tend to use WebStorm on the Mac though.
I came into this game for the action, the excitement. Go anywhere, travel light, get in, get out, wherever there's trouble, a man alone. Now they got the whole country sectioned off, you can't make a move without a form.
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