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Attention all students focused on computer programming! We’ve got a great back to school deal for you! Now that it’s halfway through September and you have got your course load and your route through campus figured out, it’s time to make sure you have a fast, flexible editor at your finger tips to customize for all of your classes.

Designed by developers for developers, SlickEdit’s award-winning source code and text editor is respected for its rich set of coding tools and powerful time-saving programming features. A true cross-platform, multi-language editor, SlickEdit 2012 gives programmers the ability to code in over 40 languages on 9 platforms.

The SlickEdit Academic Multi-Platform license, which is valued at $649.00, is regularly available for $59.00, but can be purchased by students through October 31st for just $49.00.

To take advantage of this offer call 1-800-934-EDIT (3348) or email academic@slickedit.com and mention this offer. Proof of your current student status will need to be provided for eligibility.

 

 

This video completes the quick tour of SlickEdit’s Context Tagging-driven features.

The first video in the series can be found here.

This installment covers:

  • Auto-Completion
  • List Symbols
  • Parameter Info
  • The Preview tool window
  • The Defs tool window and the Current Context window

SlickEdit’s Context Tagging is the engine behind many editor features, such as code navigation, symbol searching, and auto-completion. The first part of this video examines SlickEdit’s primary code navigation features, which are:

  • Go to Definition
    Bound to Ctrl+. to go to the definition of a symbol
  • Pop Bookmark
    Bound to Ctrl+, to return to the previous location
  • Find All References
    Bound to Ctrl+/ to display all references to a symbol

The middle portion of the video details how compiler, SDK, and Framework directories are tagged using the Auto Tag dialog.

The last minute shows quick demonstration of symbol searching.

Future videos in this series will examine other tagging-driven features like auto-completion.

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