For many programmers, the choice of an IDE or code editor defines their work style and coding preferences for a very long time. Some prefer feature-loaded and heavy commercial IDE’s with tons of code validation and management functions, while others stick to lightweight and affordable editors that allow them to rely on their knowledge of the syntax to write and debug code. If you belong to the second camp, you will definitely appreciate the ease of use and functionality of PilotEdit 4.6.0!
PilotEdit 4.6.0 is an excellent choice for any software developer. Affordable, reliable and extremely easy to use, it’s a great choice for programming rookies just starting their careers and jaded professionals looking for a compact tool with all the blows and whistles they need to write good code. PilotEdit is a text editor supporting over two dozen popular languages and extra-large 4GB+ files. You can customize the program’s highlighting algorithm, use custom Pilot Edit scripts to update files and perform all kinds of searches, bulk-replacements and sorting — even in very large files that will make most of its competitors freeze and crash. The software also enables you to use regular expressions to extract specific strings from the code, format the source code in a number of ways, find and remove duplicate lines, as well as encrypt files using the strong AES 256-bit algorithm for impenetrable code protection. An integrated FTP/sFTP client will help you upload edited code directly to the server without using an external program.
PilotEdit 4.6.0 is a perfectly balanced and surprisingly powerful text editor that will really make a positive change in the way you develop software!
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