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Are there any good IDEs for working with Octave code?

I'm used to type hints and documentation preview from software like IntelliJ or VS Code. While there are syntax highlighting plugins for VSC, all that isn't quite there yet, so is there a better solution?

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  • $\begingroup$ GNU Octave has a great GUI with syntax highlighting, code-completion and every thing. Why you need a third-party IDE? $\endgroup$ Commented Apr 6, 2023 at 15:02

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QtOctave (source1, source2) among many others like OctaveOnline, Jupyter Notebook, Emacs, Sublime Text, VS Code, etc. support Octave code editing, syntax highlighting, and more.

QtOctave also provides code-completion, which is mostly not available in many others.

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