|TinyEdit Text Editor is a free text editor, a ideal tool as a good Notepad replacement, have many powerful features for Web page developers and programmers, supports syntax highlighting more than 26 code scripts, include Java, C/C++, HTML, and more.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:21|
|OS||Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista|
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TinyEdit Text Editor is a free text editor, a ideal tool as a good Notepad replacement, have many powerful features for Web page developers and programmers, supports syntax highlighting more than 26 languages source code, include Java, C/C++, HTML, CSS, PHP, XML, SQL, Perl, Python, Java Script and VB Script and more. TinyEdit is very small, all features included in one executable file, it is "Tiny" tool, can run from USB flash drive.TinyEdit is "100% Free", it is freeware for both personal and commercial use.
Text Editor Features:
* Powerful and easy to use
* Syntax highlighting for more than 26 scripts
* Multiple document interface
* Unlimited undo/redo capability
* Text can be automatically word-wrapped
* Line number, Powerful search and replace
* Only one executable file (no need install)
* Freeware for both personal and commercial use
Supported Syntax Highlighting: PHP, CSS, HTML, Java, Java Script, VB Script, XML, Perl, Python, Ruby, C#, SQL, Tcl/Tk, GW-TEL Scripts, UNIX Shell Scripts, Semanta DD, Standard ML, Vrml97/X3D, AWK Scripts, MS-DOS Batch, C/C++, COBOL, Visual Basic, Pascal, Modula-3, Fortran.
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