Is there a perl editor that parses the code and shows you a list of sub names that are declared in the code so you can click on the name of the sub routine you want to edit, and then it will show you only that part of the code, nothing else.
I started learning computer programming on QBASIC 1.1 which came with MS-DOS 5. This source editor parsed the BASIC source code and divided the program into sections so that you saw the main code and the individual subs and functions as a different page or different document. When you're editing a large program, it helps to see the subs enumerated, and when you click on one of them, it shows only that portion of code on the screen, nothing else. Is there an editor like that for perl? something I could use in Windows maybe?
Most programming editors just display the entire content of the file like a simple text editor perhaps with syntax highlighting. But I don't really care about highlighting. I just want something that will split my code into a separate page, so each sub will appear separately.