For social scientists who do not study social networks, who do not necessarily need fancy graphs in
ggplot2 and who have been Stata users for years, it is hard to switch to R. 1,156 more words
If you are a UNIX lover and fan of Nano text editor then while writing C / C++ code, you would like to put comments using Short-Cut key i.e. 105 more words
These days developers go for heavy text-editors and IDEs like InteliJ, PyCharm, RubyMine, Sublime Text with much more extensions, Vim, Emacs, etc. However, in case of the later two they are not memory and processor heavy however they have very steep learning curves. 114 more words
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Keypress Command ⌘ + X Cut line ⌘ + ↩ Insert line after ⌘ + ⇧ + ↩ Insert line before ⌘ + ⌃ + ↑ Move line/selection up ⌘ + ⌃ + ↓ Move line/selection down ⌘ + L Select line – Repeat to select next lines ⌘ + D Select word – Repeat to select next occurrence ⌃ + ⌘ + G Select all occurrences of current selection ⌃ + ⇧ + ↑ Extra cursor on the line above ⌃ + ⇧ + ↓ Extra cursor on the line below ⌃ + M Jump to closing parentheses Repeat to jump to opening parentheses ⌃ + ⇧ + M Select all contents of the current parentheses ⌃ + A Move to beginning of line ⌘ + Left Move to beginning of text on line ⌃ + E, ⌘ + Right Move to end of line ⌘ + K, ⌘ + K Delete from cursor to end of line ⌘ + K + ⌫ Delete from cursor to start of line ⌘ + ] Indent current line(s) ⌘ + [ Un-indent current line(s) ⌘ + ⇧ + D Duplicate line(s) ⌘ + J Join line below to the end of the current line ⌘ + / Comment/un-comment current line ⌘ + ⌥ + / Block comment current selection ⌘ + Y Redo, or repeat last keyboard shortcut command ⌘ + ⇧ + V Paste and indent correctly ⌃ + Space Select next auto-complete suggestion ⌃ + U Soft undo; jumps to your last change before undoing change when repeated ⌃ + ⇧ + Up Column selection up ⌃ + ⇧ + Down Column selection down ⌃ + ⇧ + W Wrap Selection in html tag ⌃ + ⇧ + K Delete current line of cursor … 225 more words
@tachyeonz : I currently use a highly customized Sublime Text 3 as my text editor for almost all programming. However, people are often surprised to learn that I’ve used Vim for 6 months, Emacs/Spacemacs for 10 months (including much elisp hacking) and Atom for a month, yet I still prefer Sublime. 6 more words