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Edit control for syntax coloring and bookmarks

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I need a control, preferably written in real code and not MFC, that supports syntax highlighting (coloring), and bookmarks. Similar to EditPad found on www.codeguru.com, but it's written in MFC. I can make do with a DLL file; I don't really need the source code.
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lanceedmonds earned 200 total points
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There is a (low-cost tiny-footprint) standard DLL just for this purpose from "BG SOFTWARE"... take a look at http://www.bg-software.com/products.htm and look at UTIL32... the portion you want is in the "Programmable Color Viewers" section.

Regards,
Lance Edmonds
(No commercial interest in BG-Software, but I have used their products and like them).
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