CP Editor is a free open source code editor for Linux, Windows and MacOS. It allows you to easily focus on algorithms and automates compilation, execution, and testing. Supports C / C ++, Java, Python. Easy-to-use tool for competitive programming and contests. Based on Qt and released under the GNU General Public License v3.0 license. Important and useful features include etch test cases, faster code, customizable code snippets, and one-click with built-in checkers. You can also run the code without saving and restore from the last session. Other features include theme support, setting key bindings, and sending code to Codeforce.
Install CP Editor Code Editor on Ubuntu
You can install CP Editor Code Editor on Ubuntu via Ubuntu Portable AppImage. Download the latest CP editor in .AppImage file format from the link below.
For me, the downloaded file name is “cpeditor-6.1.3-x86_64.AppImage” and the path of the downloaded file is “Downloads”. You can modify the following commands based on the file name and path. Open Terminal (ctrl + alt + t) app in Ubuntu and execute this command.
Executing the above command will take you to the default download folder. Next, run this command to change the permissions of the downloaded file and make it executable. Enter a password if required.
sudo chmod +x ~ cpeditor-6.2.1-x86_64.AppImage
Next, execute this command to start the CP Editor Code Editor on Ubuntu.
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