Have you ever tried editing any programming code in the Windows standard notepad program? Wasnt that easy and fun? I bet it was NOT. Although Notepad is light and easy to use, you can hardly recognize your even own code in it: no syntax highlighting or line numbering, and some important characters may even fail to appear. Is there a way to edit a code block without having to run those heavy development studios and then take headache-reliever pills?
The answer is YES. PSpad may be just the thing you are looking for. Its an editors goldfish and programmers dream-come-true. While you save a lot on not buying expensive software, you still get the functionality of a professional product. To keep all of your work files in order, the PSpad supports projects. They will let you not only see all files being worked on (by the way, you can have them all opened at the same time; notepad users cant even dream about this) but also manage them as necessary. The application has a built-in FTP client, HEX editor, spell checker, and a ton of other helpful tools. The editor highlights code syntax, finds difference in text blocks, allows using templates, and exports your programming masterpieces (with highlighting preserved!) to a variety of popular formats.
So, whenever you need to edit some code or drop a few lines of text, just use PSpad and dont mess with those dinosaur-like huge development environments and expensive office applications.
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