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In this chapter, you will learn step by step how to create a file in Sublime Text.

Step 1 − Use the option New File to create a file in Sublime Text editor.

Creating File Step-1

Step 2 − Once the new file is available, you can insert the code, similar to any other text editor, and save the file in your working repository.

Creating File Step-2

Step 3 − Once you save the associated file, Sublime Text editor provides a variety of options based on the type of file, for example .php for PHP scripts, .py for Python scripts and .java for Java code base.

Creating File Step-3

Step 4 − As our code repository is on Python project, we will save the file as demo1.py, as shown below −

Creating File Step-4


Table of Contents
1.sublime text tutorial

2.sublime text introduction

3.sublime text installation

4.sublime text data directory

5.sublime text creating first document

6.sublime text editing first text document

7.sublime text patterns of code editing

8.sublime text sublime linter

9.sublime text shortcuts

10.sublime text snippets

11.sublime text macros

12.sublime text key bindings

13.sublime text column selection

14.sublime text indentation

15.sublime text base settings

16.sublime text theme management

17.sublime text understanding vintage mode

18.sublime text vintage commands

19.sublime text testing javascript

20.sublime text testing python code

21.sublime text spell check

22.sublime text packages

23.sublime text menus

24.sublime text sub menus of font

25.sublime text developing plugin

26.sublime text command palette

27.sublime text debugging php application

28.sublime text debugging javascript application

29.sublime text batch processing

30.sublime text distraction free mode

31.sublime text sublimecodeintel plugin

32.sublime text quick guide

33.sublime text useful resources

34.discuss sublime text


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