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Any good JavaScript Editors?

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Hi There,

Can any one please tell me where I can find a really good Free
JavaScript Editor on the net?

I am looking at either a evaluation copy (Free trial) or a really
cheap but good editor that I can download.

I need the editor to tell me exactly what I am doing incorrectly, and
telling me exactly how I can fix the problem, ideally if I post my
javascript coding within the editor.

Thanks so much....
Jul 23 '05 #1
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TrvlOrm wrote:
Can any one please tell me where I can find a really good Free
JavaScript Editor on the net?
This has been discussed here recently, you should check google groups for
previous discussions.
I need the editor to tell me exactly what I am doing incorrectly, and
telling me exactly how I can fix the problem


Ah, so you don't want an editor, you want a consultant.
They are more expensive :)

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Matt Kruse
Javascript Toolbox: http://www.mattkruse.com/javascript/
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Ron
TrvlOrm wrote:
Hi There,

Can any one please tell me where I can find a really good Free
JavaScript Editor on the net?

I am looking at either a evaluation copy (Free trial) or a really
cheap but good editor that I can download.
Heya TrvlOrm,
I don't know of any free javascript editors, but:
I need the editor to tell me exactly what I am doing incorrectly, and
telling me exactly how I can fix the problem, ideally if I post my
javascript coding within the editor.

Mozilla's Javascript Console, distributed with Firefox and the Mozilla
browser, shows you exactly where it encountered a problem and offers
more information on the problem than IE (Usually, you can double-click
on the problem to go to the specific line in your script). You can
download Mozilla or Firefox from http://www.mozilla.org .
Jul 23 '05 #3

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Mel
If you want to use an editor more that a 2 hours a day, it pays to learn Gnu
Emacs
i have been using it for over 14 years for all kinds of languages, including
html. it has highlighting, and more

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Hi There,

Can any one please tell me where I can find a really good Free
JavaScript Editor on the net?

I am looking at either a evaluation copy (Free trial) or a really
cheap but good editor that I can download.

I need the editor to tell me exactly what I am doing incorrectly, and
telling me exactly how I can fix the problem, ideally if I post my
javascript coding within the editor.

Thanks so much....

Jul 23 '05 #4

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