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Notepad++ is also a very viable option. I will agree with you
that NVDA may be a better screen reader for most coding tasks,
though most things should work with both screen readers. I
recommended Visual Studio Code both because it is very
lightweight, with a lot of things you can add to it in the form of
extensions, plus decent accessibility. Like I said, though, both
can do the job. It's personal preference.
On 3/25/2022 3:33 PM, Karina Castro
Hello, I recommend Visual Code too, I have used it for
from Cisco and I only use Notepad++ together with Python 3.8.
Also I feel it's better NVDA than JAWS for encoding.
Whatever, you can try with VS studio because I have alot of
friends that just use it for programming with alot of languages
El 25/3/2022 a las 13:54, Zachary
As far as Python, I'm going to recommend Visual Studio Code,
since that's very accessible. C++ might also work with that as
well. Now, with Java, unfortunately, the most popular one is
Eclipse, since it has all the stuff that makes Java code run,
but I could be completely wrong.
On Mar 25, 2022, at 1:52 PM, Peter Donahue
looking for screen reader-friendly ides for
programming with C++, Java and Python. I want to
find out what blind programmers are using these
days. Your suggestions will be very helpful.