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I have used gvim on our WinXP machine before. It's a powerful editor but I'm not averse to using emacs or xemacs. If the machine I'm using doesn't have either editor installed, opening notepad or the ancient DOS command 'edit' will suffice. <grin>
0 - I'm a blankster
0 - My devices have no keyboard
0 - I use a chorded keyboard that transcends your concept of keys
26 - I need the other keys for Perl sigils!
31 - I write code in the original APL
31 - ß counts only as one letter!
∞ - I use an Optimus keyboard
ℵ1 - I reject your Latin-centric notion of letters
Results (31 votes),