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I currently am sticking to using Sublime Text 3 for programming python, the only language I can actually do things in, however it was a rather weird setup to get it running portably. Otherwise this also makes a decent platform for C and C++ programming.
For other programming languages, I used Atom Portable, because the atom-html-preview is just awesome compared to the best ST3 could possibly do with it. Atom supports a crapload of languages, however not very good in the STDIN part of it. I am gonna use atom for JS and Java once I move into that direction. I also favour the interface of Atom over ST3.
However I haven't tried nano or emacs yet.
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