Visual Studio Code 1.73.1 – editing programming languages
Visual Studio Code is an integrated software development environment designed to design and create web and cloud-based applications and programs. The simple yet practical tools of this program are similar to Visual Studio in terms of functionality, but they have more updated and comprehensive features, and this program provides a set of useful tools in a modern and efficient user environment. One of the notable features of this program is the Git control capabilities that facilitate the process of testing, building and even expanding various types of software. Using this program, the user can create several different designs and save them in his project and configure them quickly and easily.
Other features of the Visual Studio Code program include the possibility of using sample snippets, as well as the possibility of creating and saving fragments or pieces of code by the user himself. This program has the ability to create the output of the project in the form of a text file, and more importantly, different programming languages such as C#, C++, Clojure, F#, HTML, JSON, Lua, PHP, Perl, Python, SQL, Visual Basic, XML and some other languages as well as supports development in Node.js and ASP.NET environments.
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