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Possible Answers: IDLE, PAT, DEALT, DISHPAN, ACEHIGH, CUPPED.

Random information on the term “IDLE”:

The following tables list notable software packages that are nominal IDEs; standalone tools such as source code editors and GUI builders are not included. These IDEs are listed in alphabetical order of the supported language.

Community Edition: Freeware

Go to this page: Comparison of IDE choices for Haxe programmers

Java has strong IDE support, due to a combination of reflection and static-typing making it well-suited for IDE support, and its historical and economic importance. Some of the leading Java IDEs (such as IntelliJ and Eclipse) are also the basis for leading IDEs in other programming languages (e.g. for Python, IntelliJ is rebranded as PyCharm, and Eclipse has the PyDev plugin.)

Using Phonegap it targets mobile devices

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Random information on the term “PAT”:

Patricia /pəˈtrɪʃə/ is a common female given name of Latin origin. Derived from the Latin word patrician, meaning “noble”, it is the feminine form of the masculine given name Patrick. The name Patricia was the second most common female name in the United States according to the 1990 US Census.[verification needed]

It is commonly shortened to ‘Pat’, ‘Pati/Paty’, ‘Patsy’, Patti/Pattie’, ‘Trish’ or ‘Trisha/Tricia’. These diminutives are sometimes used as names in their own right. Another well-known variant of this is ‘Patrice’.

According to the US Social Security Administration records, the use of the name for newborns peaked at #3 from 1937 to 1943 in the USA, after which it dropped in popularity, reaching a low of #442 in 2007. From 1928 to 1967, the name was ranked among the top #11 female names.

In Portuguese and Spanish-speaking countries, the name Patricia is common as well, pronounced [paˈtrisja], while in Italy Patrizia is the form, pronounced [paˈtritstsja]. In Polish, the variant is Patrycja.

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