What is the difference between a Source-Code Editor and an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)?

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While a code editor is a program that allows you to edit code, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a program that allows you to edit code and run it.

So, with a code editor you can simply write your code and save it to a file, and with an IDE you can write your code, save it to a file, and then run it right from the IDE.

Examples of code editors include:

Examples of Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) include:

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