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Introduction

Come on with principals characteristics of sublime text in this tutorial we will using Windows and Linux

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Hello word

we start with “hello word” in c:

Paste this code in sublime:

“hello word” in c++:

Parts of SubliemText

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Build Systems 

Sometimes your computer don’t include compiler script for C++ or C, for you include the Build System in Sublime Text go to Tools>Build System>New Build System, change that text for next

For Windows:

For Linux:

If you don’t know of type of compiler that you need or if in your system already installed a compiler go to CompilerTutorial

Principals features 

Use Multiple Selections to rename variables quickly.
Here Ctrl+D is used to select the next occurrence of the current word.

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Make batch edits with Multiple Selections.
Here Ctrl+Shift+L is used to split a selection into lines, and each line is then edited simultaneously.

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Use Goto Anything to quickly navigate between files, even in the largest projects.
Ctrl+P shows Goto Anything, and typing then filters on file and directory names.

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The Command Palette gives fast access to functionality.
Here Ctrl+Shift+P is used to show the Command Palette, “ssc” (short for Set Syntax: C) is used set the syntax of the current file to C.

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PACKAGE CONTROL

The Sublime Text package manager that makes it exceedingly simple to find, install and keep packages up-to-date

The simplest method of installation is through the Sublime Text console. The console is accessed via the ctrl+` shortcut or the View > Show Console menu. Once open, paste the appropriate Python code for your version of Sublime Text into the console.

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Cool 

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SublimeText is very personable but how to configure this

come on install a theme for sublime first Ctrl+Shift+P search Package  Control: Install Package for this type-> P K I

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Next

type – > Theme – Flatgrammer

and open Preferences >> Settings –  User

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add this line

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