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 Some examples of good programming editors are: Some examples of good programming editors are:
  
-[[https://​notepad-plus-plus.org/​|Notepad++]] - available for Windows only, good regular expression support, useful as a standard replacement for the editors shipping with operating systems; recommendation to anyone having to deal with textual data, regardless of whether they are programmers or not. For an example of what can be done with Notepad++ in the philologies,​ you might want to consult ​the Goethe annotation ​tutorial.+[[https://​notepad-plus-plus.org/​|Notepad++]] - available for Windows only, good regular expression support, useful as a standard replacement for the editors shipping with operating systems; recommendation to anyone having to deal with textual data, regardless of whether they are programmers or not. For an example of what can be done with Notepad++ in the philologies,​ you might want to consult ​my [[linguisticsweb:​tutorials:​linguistics_tutorials_linguistic_processing_scenarios:​analysing_faust|Analysing Faust]] ​tutorial.
  
 [[https://​code.visualstudio.com/​|Visual Studio Code]] - free, versatile and configurable editor, available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Lots of community support for different programming and editing tasks. [[https://​code.visualstudio.com/​|Visual Studio Code]] - free, versatile and configurable editor, available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Lots of community support for different programming and editing tasks.