CP Editor is a free and open source code editor for Linux, Windows and MacOS. Using this you can easily focus on algorithm and it automates the compilation, execution and testing. It supports C/C++, Java and Python. It is a easy to use tool for competitive programming and contest. It is based on Qt and released under GNU General Public License v3.0 license. Some of the important and useful features are etch testcase, code faster, customizable code snippets and one click by built-in checkers. You can also run codes without saving them and restore from your last session. Some other features are themes support, set keybindings and submit your code to Codeforces.
Install CP Editor Code Editor on Ubuntu
You can install CP Editor Code Editor on Ubuntu via portable AppImage on Ubuntu. Download the latest CP Editor in .AppImage file format from the below link.
For me the downloaded file name is “cpeditor-6.1.3-x86_64.AppImage” and downloaded file path is “Downloads”. you can change the below commands based on the file name and path. Open the terminal (ctrl+alt+t) app in your Ubuntu and run this command.
The above command will navigate you to the default Downloads folder. then run this command to change the downloaded file permissions and make it executable. If needed enter your password.
sudo chmod +x ~ cpeditor-6.2.1-x86_64.AppImage
Then run this command to start CP Editor Code Editor on Ubuntu.