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BOOK: Beginning Python: Using Python 2.6 and Python 3.1
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Question Python-oriented programming editor for Linux Ubuntu 11.04

Hi, I'm reading Beginning Python and I came to a point where I have to deal with indentation, the book advises to use Python-oriented programming editor, I wonder if someone can point one for Linux Ubuntu 11.04 which is the OS I use, thanks in advance.
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For Linux, most folks would recommend that you learn either vim or emacs. Both support a ton of programming languages ---including Python--- and both are very powerful. That said, they both have a pretty steep learning curve, so if you choose to use one, give yourself a little extra time to learn the editor too. Once you do, however, you'll find you're more more productive using one than other editors out there.
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