fast local storage for code snipits

I need fast local storage for tiny snipits of code.  I need to keep the code organized, make detailed comments, search, etc.  Suggestions are greatly appreciated.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
If Notepad is almost perfect, look at Ultra Edit. It is one of the world's best text editors and unlike many editors:

1. It can edit in columns (insert a column for example)
2. It is disk based so can edit very (very) large files
3. It can edit multiple files simultanously
4. It has a programming mode to assist with code.

It is certainly local. .... Thinkpads_User
you can look at Evernote, Snipplr, and Google notebook.
rtod2Author Commented:
Need local storage.
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Todd GerbertIT ConsultantCommented:
I think this is probably not quite what you're looking for, but figure it's worth pointing out that Visual Studio has a built-in mechanism for creating/using code snippets:
rtod2Author Commented:
Online isn't fast enough.  Notepad is almost the perfect solution but I have too much code at this point.
rtod2Author Commented:
Will it store all your code in one place?  I am not seeing that?  If so, it certainly seems like the best option.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I don't know exactly what you mean by "one" place.

You could have one physical file (I would find that unweildy).
You can have multiple tabs (each tab is a file) - but all the files could be in one folder.
You can organize in projects - I like that idea.

It comes with a free trial, and the trial is full function.

I have it for other reasons, but it has been a replacement for notepad for me for nearly a decade. I wound up paying a one-time fee for permanent upgrades.

... Thinkpads_User
try microsoft onenote, i use it and will not move to any other application even for a million dollars.

storage in one file, multi-tier hierarchies, easy invocation with "Winkey+N", global search, full feature formatting - just try it out
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
rtod2 - Thank you. I think you will like UltraEdit. I am very fond of it. ... Thinkpads_User
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