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Powerful External Windows 32 bit editor for  programmers ?

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Hi experts,

is there an external 32 bit editor for the windows platform, freeware or commercial, which is more powerful than the internal editor of the Delphi IDE?

It would be nice, if this external editor would support other languages like C,C++,Pascal and Visual Basic, too (indenting of source code, syntax highlighting,powerful macro language, fully configurable settings by the user, templates for loops,procedures,functions...

With kind regards

Christian
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Hi mathes,

everything you need is in :

Multi-Edit8 : http://www.multiedit.com

Regards, Zif.
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Hi, thank you for your hint. As I read some reports about this editor in German magazines, I have learned that this editor is really very powerful. So I ordered today my copy of MultiEdit from a German software-seller.

With kind regards

Christian



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