Thanks, Jake Borromeo for your input.

In general, no specific IDE should be used to determine how a code should evolve. But the overall improvement of IDEs does enable code to improve on the way it is coded.

For example of syntax coloring, code traversing, and perhaps code scope collapse and expand might be the next one. Such improvement to IDEs overall will make the way of coding evolve.

In short, IDEs are meant for writing code. The other comments that that state IDE shouldn’t dictate code writing are concern on tools that review code (eg. Github or just a normal viewer). But in my view, those code viewers are improving as well.

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