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That ide as in the Parallel ATA connection type?
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I believe IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment, like MS Visual Studio or Eclipse.
Kevin M is Correct! I have more than one Intergrated Development Enviorment and wondered if that was normal.
self.path = path if self.path == None else self.path
I have none for example...
so it is very relative
I have numerous.
Netbeans, Eclipse, Visual Studio, wxDev-C++, Appcelerator Titanium, probably others I don't even remember having installed, and yet more on my work computer.
Of those, I regularly use Netbeans (web development), Visual Studio (VB.Net) and wxDev-C++ (C++, obviously).
Eclipse, Notepad++, JAVA IDE, And I Think Some More But I Don't Want To Think And I Don't Know If Notepad++ Is A IDE
I Also Have Algorithm, SciTe (AutoIT v3)
I Am Going To Install SciTe Full Version, Ruby
If Any More Comes To My Head I Will Do Another Edit.
Edit: (On The Same Day As Last Edit)
I Have To Tell You That I Have SciTe Portable Version
Edit: (Still Same Day)
And I Have It Installed On My SD Card With Somewhere Around 245MB And Not On A Pen Drive.
Edit: (I Think The Last Time Maybe But Still On The Same Day As Last)
And I Have To Get Visual Studio
And I Too Have FBIde For Free Basic.
I guess I should tell you since I asked. I have Netbeans, Eclipse (With alot of plugins), Visual Studio, Emacs, gVim, *Notepad++, and *Notepad 2. * means not IDEs.
if you mean in total i dont have enough fingers and toes. if you mean on my linux box... more than i bother using. I like Geany though.
I meant total but you can answer any way you want.
Are you a programmer? having an IDE depends on a "if you write programs, trying to write programs, or learning to write programs" basis and its number of types and brands are relative to what computer language(s) you are using and to a certain comfort you feel for certain IDEs like using both wxDEV-C and Code::Blocks w/c are both for C . I use both of them. Why are you wondering? Its normal to have numerous IDEs on one computer as long as the user has the comfortness to do what he wants w/ that type of setup he has, though it would be awkward if you'll have many IDEs but you dont know what each of them do for your writing,