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Best way to edit your PHP code???

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Hello everybody freaks, I just like to know what is the best way to edit your php code? I used before dreamweaver mx 2004 but I want to know other application that can do much better than dwmx. I'd really appreciate if you reply my request. Thanks.. more power phpfreaks. ;)

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i use dreamweaver mx or Nuspere PhpED or the old classic...notepad ^^

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I use dreamweaver too, but I don't let dreamweaver write any of the code. I mostly use it to assist in some html and syncing with my sites.  The php I write in code view and It seems to do fine with the highlighting of the code.  I learned php using and really like GVIM, it too highlights the code, this was a big help for me to learn.

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Check here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gvim

I've never used it on windows but I would suspect it functions the same. It's usually preinstalled on Linux PCs so it's good to know.

-John Sladek

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I use Zend Studio...
it automatically closes your brackets for you, and keeps up with all your variables and functions/classes
so while you're typing it gives you suggestions.

It also doesn't work off Your PHP installation, it has it's own PHP parser, and you can choose between either php4 or php5
a really useful program

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I like to use pspad ( google it ) along with Dreamweaver

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I started width PHP on a redhat laptop using Bluefish. Very good unfortunally its only for Linux computers.
Sense I'm using a windows now, its Dreamweaver.

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dreamweaver, PHP studio (it exectues scripts without apache) or Textedit :')

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I use Dreamweaver 8...it's great with PHP and CSS (and a lot of others)

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Hello all .... this is my first post in this forum. Nice to meet u all ...  :)

I use PSPAD, but now I try use Aptana IDE that has multiplatform support. It run well on Linux,Windows and MAC.

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