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Instead of using IDLE, would this course allow me to use Sublime 2 along with the MacOSX terminal?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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as long as you can write, run and validate the code you can use anything you want
You should be fine. You don't have to follow things ACTUALLY how you see them. It's best to make the course work for you, best way you know how.
IDLE is just a development environment you can use to write code. You don't necessarily need the same development environment, or even need a development environment at all.

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