In writing code, all this time, I have been mostly using Sublime Text, my favorite editor. In fact, this blog is being written right now using Sublime. In my system, I currently have Sublime, Visual Studio Code, and Brackets to use as editor. In my previous system, I had used Atom as well. I also actually used PyCharm, too. Brackets is a little bit new to me and have not really explored or used it yet. I actually got to use Atom first in the beginning of my coding journey (the first one was actually Notepad). I then got to know Sublime and then Visual Studio Code. But Sublime Text stuck to me.
Anyways, I want this blog to be about how I test my code while writing them, and not what code editor I use. :-) I learned about how to use a console within Sublime while I was participating at the Hack Reactor Structured Study Program. One of the students wrote a post on the Slack channel about it, and I have been using it ever since.