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Text editors for Linux is a type of computer program, that edits plain text and are sometimes known as "notepad" software.

There exist good ones with GUI ( Graphical User Interfaces ) and there are the ones that uses CLI, which is basically what you begin with when you begin learning programming languages like C++ etc.

Text editors are provided with operating systems and software development packages. They can be used to change files, such as configuration files, documentation files and even programming language source code.

Vis Text Editor

Vis Text Editor.

Vis aims to be a modern, legacy-free, simple yet efficient editor, combining the strengths of both vi(m) and sam.

It extends vi's modal editing with built-in support for multiple cursors/selections and combines it with sam's structural regular expression based command language.

A universal editor, it has decent Unicode support and should cope with arbitrary files, including large, binary or single-line ones.

VIM Advanced Text Editor

VIM Advanced Text Editor.

VIM advanced text editor for Linux is a clone of Vi for Unix and doesn't have a GUI.

It's based it upon source code for a port of the Stevie editor for Amiga and released a version to the public in 1991.

Vim is designed for use both from a command-line interface and as a standalone application in a graphical user interface.

SciTE Text Editor

SciTE Text Editor.

SciTE text editor or SCIntilla based Text Editor is a cross-platform text editor written by Neil Hodgson, using the Scintilla editing component.

Lightweight and built for speed, it is designed mainly for source editing, and performs syntax highlighting and inline function reference for many different languages.

It shares some features with other editors based on the Scintilla editing component such as Geany and Notepad++.

GNU Emacs Texteditor

GNU Emacs Texteditor.

GNU Emacs texteditor for Linux, is the most popular and most ported Emacs text editor.

It was created by GNU Project founder Richard Stallman.

Emacs is extensible using a Turing complete programming language and highly customizable, using Emacs Lisp code or a graphical interface.

Gedit - Texteditor

Gedit - Texteditor.

Gedit is suitable for programming, if you don't prefer IDE's.

An important part of the "GNOME desktop environment" and part of the GNOME core applications it is designed as a general-purpose text editor.

Gedit emphasizes simplicity and ease of use, with a clean and very simple GUI.

It includes tools for editing source code and structured text such as markup languages and can be extended with some awesome plugins.

FocusWriter Text Editor For Linux

FocusWriter Text Editor For Linux.

FocusWriter text editor is a simple, distraction-free writing environment.

It utilizes a hide-away interface that you access by moving your mouse to the edges of the screen.

This allows the program to have a familiar look and feel to it while still getting out of the way so that you can immerse yourself in your work.

It’s available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, and has been translated into many different languages.