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  1. Porter Scobey says:

    Thanks for your article decrying the (increasing) lack of the ability
    to print in many editors/IDEs these days. I’m old school but also
    a university prof and I refuse to examine a student’s code by
    scrolling up and down, back and forth, on their laptop … bring
    me a hard copy of your latest version!

    I keep looking (Sublime Text, Atom, Brackets, Visual Studio Code …
    but no luck!) What the hell?!!! Trouble is … we have no leverage,
    I guess … (:

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