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What text editor is the most flexible macros?


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What text editor is the most flexible macros?
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I know vim :) unless, of course, it's possible to call macros
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vim, emacs
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Emacs. CEDET — proof.
As far as I know, vim is nothing like that.
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So the choice perhaps is not great really — vim, emacs,... And can hardly choose between the two editors on where the macros more flexible — they are too different in other areas.
About macros in vim, it was well-written example here:
\rwww.thegeekstuff.com/2009/01/vi-and-vim-macro-tutorial-how-to-record-and-play/
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