>>50819963 It's good to know since it runs everywhere (gui, command line, ports for everything) and is highly configurable. That said, it's not everything people make it appear to be. If you just want a good text editor that you can use in a gui environment, Atom is really good.
if you're going to be a programmer on unix boxes then yeah it'll come in handy. but you dont really NEED it anymore, even 10years ago you did but these days you can probably get away without it. having said that, learning vim (vi really) will do interesting things to your head cos its not really an editor its more a language which you use to edit with.
I find a mixture of both to be the best of both worlds. I use a vim plugin for PyCharm, that way I get the fancy shit that comes with an IDE (magic refactoring, etc) plus the awesome editing/navigation shit that comes with vim.
>>50820115 OP, I recommend you learn vim and do exactly this. The power of vim is in its keybindings. The rest of vim is total garbage. So take the best from vim and retain the comfort and features of an IDE.
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