by Neil Hodgson

SciTE is a free source code editor for windows

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Neil Hodgson

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Last revision: Last week

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SciTE is an assembly of the text editor of the same name created by the Ru-Board community. The program supports syntax highlighting for multiple languages (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C, C++, C#, Basic, Assembler, Java, etc.). SciTE allows you to work with several documents simultaneously, use the command line, open up to 100 tabs with different files and save sessions. Hotkeys are supported, as well as search and replacement of text in open tabs. The user can minimize the code, quickly replace abbreviations and abbreviations with text blocks, use settings files and much more. The program supports Unicode encoding and can be controlled from external applications and scripts as a COM-object.

This is definitely for a more experienced coder. It looks like an excellent tool for multitasking, and keeping all your tabs straight. I have friends that do coding, and I would probably recommend this to them. This definitely wouldn't be for a newbie, though.
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