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In Eclipse, I can set the width of my print margin by going to Preferences > General > Editors > Text Editors.
I want my Java files to have a print margin at column 80 and my HTML files to have a print margin at column 100. Is there a way to set this up so that I can stop changing the print margin manually every time I switch file type?
As communication becomes more Web-centric, text editors become more essential writing tools. Blocks of text get tweaked with HTML codes to provide a more graphical appearance. So good text editors are those with many of the same features found in word processors, only without the added formatting and graphic components.
Ubuntu is the most popular GNU/Linux distribution among the desktop users – including the common users as well as developers. If you’re a programmer who prefer light weight and efficient text editor over the bloated and heavy IDEs then you may want to try some of these text editors (if you haven’t really tried).
There are lot of text editors available for Ubuntu / Linux Mint. gedit is the default text editor for GNOME based distributions, it’s very easy to use, you can start using it (effectively) – in minutes.
When you think of plain text editors, the first thing that may pop into your head is Windows‘ Notepad application. It does exactly what its job description states – plain features for a plain text editor.
0.01 0.6 0.39
0.4 0.3 0.3
1 0 0
0 0 1
I would like to print 2 if the maximum of a row is the first column
I would like to print 1 if the maximum of a row is the second colum
print 0 if it is the third.
so in this case,
0.6 is the max of the first row so i would want to print 1
for second row i would want to print 2
so the final output will be