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Do you open up your program’s source files in Notepad? If yes, then you already know how inconvenient the lack of highlighted syntax and special words is. Here to effectively solve that problem is a desktop application called SynWrite.

SynWrite is a freeware desktop application that is sized at nearly 4 MB; the app is compatible with computers running Windows. The application lets you open text files and edit them. If your text files is a source file, you can select the appropriate language from the app’s options and have the right things appropriately highlighted.

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The leftmost pane of the app maintains a tree structure in which you can keep in view the hierarchy of the source files. Integration within the Windows explorer menu, support for Macros, and letting you choose from a variety of encodings add to the usefulness of this tiny text editor.

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Check out SynWrite @ www.uvviewsoft.com/synwrite

  1. bin
    February 20, 2013 at 9:02 am

    I will give it a try. Currently I use PSPad, freeware.

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