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Only 1 week into my experiment with mobile programming with IDEOne and DeuterIDE and everything seems to be working as expected with an added bonus.

I definitely have to remember, and properly type everything in as there is no auto-complete. This is as expected.


The added benefit comes from the interaction between DeuterIDE and IDEOne. IDEOne creates a copy of any version of the program each time I compile with DeuterIDE (which I have linked to IDEOne from last post). This copy of the program could be perfect (probably not) or it could have many errors, bugs and typos.

That may not sound like a benefit but when I get to a desktop/tablet computer at a later time and go to IDEOne online I can go through all the older iterations of the program. The added benefit is that I get the opportunity to fix errors in my code.

In some cases I’ve already fixed the code once before and I should remember how to fix it – if I don’t remember how then I get to learn it again which hopefully sticks with me this time. In other cases I look into documentation to better understand what I am working with and fix the error while learning something new.

At this time I am quite satisfied with IDEOne plus DeuterIDE for mobile programming practice.

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