Best IDE for Competitive Programming?

What is the best IDE for CP?

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I don’t know the best, but I use this.
J Doodle C++17

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Text editor with terminal is my setup.

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Yeah! The best combo!

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i use sublime text with cpp plugin :smiley:

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I use Repl.it. And it is good enough!

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vs code is my preference and no extra setup needed for development too::grinning:

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Best choice :blush:

If you are using java for cp then use intellij,for c++ you can use codeblocks,dev c++ etc
There also some ide’s which provide support for multiple languages like vscode,eclipse,cp editor etc.

i use geany with command prompt works fine for me F5 for compile and test

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Codeblocks with input file as it is not much required to set the g++ compiler u just need to check the flag (-std=c++14 or -std=c++11) in the compiler tab

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VIM preferred…
IF… You don’t know how to use vim then VSCode recommended.

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Initially , go with Devc++ . Don’t use ide’s like Jetbrains or Vscode , they are just for software development . It will decrease your implementation skills . After having enough knowledge , switch to Clion .

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I use geany and it works fine for me. Maybe you can try too

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Sublime Text 3 is my life.

https://medium.com/sabuj-jana/my-sublime-text-setup-for-competitive-coding-in-c-e439bd361f23

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I use Sublime Text 3 with the layout in picture. I have setup I/O to files so that I don’t have to goto terminal back to back.

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No doubt vscode :smiley:

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you can use CLion also!

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Gedit also a good ide

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If you use c++ or c for competitive programming, then DevC++ will be better. And for python you can use Geany and also Python IDLE or you can use Pycharm also.