History of version
On January 18, 2008, Sublime Text 1.0, a programme for the Windows operating system, was made available. It allows for both tabs and side-by-side file viewing.
On July 8, 2013, Sublime Text 2.0.2 was made available. According to the official Sublime blog, the software's initial iteration now supports Retina displays and has a "Quick Skip Next" capability.
Other features of the sublime text
- Auto-save, which aims to keep users' work from being lost
- Customizable key assignments, a navigation tool that enables users to give hotkeys to their preferred menu and toolbar options
- Without the need for a different dialogue box, Find as you type starts searching for the text that the user is entering as they type.
- The spell-check feature updates as you type
- Replicate the previous action
- a variety of editing tools, such as line joining, paragraph reformatting, indenting, and unindenting
Which of the following is not a Python Ide? (a) idle (b) spyder (c) sublime text (d) jupyter notes
Sublime text is not a python ide. Git GUI and merging tool Sublime Merge were released by Sublime HQ in 2018. When Sublime Text is installed alongside it, it makes use of its syntax highlighting packages, and they have integrations that allow them to communicate with one another.