Text editors can be used for writing code, editing text files such as configuration files, creating user instruction files and many more. In Linux, text editor are of two kinds that is graphical user interface (GUI) and command line text editors (console or terminal). In this article I am taking a look at some of the best 12 open source commonly used text editors in Linux on both server and desktops.
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