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    hey all, are thier programs out there that act pretty much as note pad (for php) but will colorize the code. For exsample.. all of u out there that do some c++, in Visual C++, it kind of color codes the code. the if statmens might be blue, variables red and so on... even if u look at html source in frontpage if colorizes it

    thanx
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    SitePoint Enthusiast nguip's Avatar
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    I used edit plus 2

    Check this out at http://www.editplus.com
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    Editplus is the one that I use as well. It rockers!

    Others include:

    Homesite
    TextPad
    UltraEdit
    BBEdit (Macintosh only)
    HTML Kit

    and I'm sure there are MANY others.
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    SitePoint Evangelist jazztie's Avatar
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    UltraEdit has special little add-ons you can download to color-code any language you want...

    C+, PHP, HTML, Java, Javascript, Perl... and so on, I think they have over 200 possible languages.

    And it recognizes the file you open by getting the right color-coding...

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    I like Textpad. Simple, lightweight, inexpensive, and does the job.
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    Hi,

    I just finished a 30 day trial for 5 different editors. I liked EditPlus the best, so I purchased that one (apparently there is cartel pricing with these sharware editors: they are all $30). UltraEdit seems like it may be a more powerful editor, but it was too complicated to figure out.

    There are also some free editors like PHPCoder and PhpEd, but they don't have nearly the functionality of the shareware crowd.

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    Yep - editplus here as well - syntax highlighting is pretty cool in it, but it can lose the plot if for any reason you try

    ..... echo "<?echo \$this;?>";
    etc

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    EDIT PLUS!

    its nice, it color codes it for ya, it color codes HTML too, and a bunch of other scripting languages.

    You might find some interesting things on reducing the price you pay by looking around on astalavista.box.sk but I didn't tell you that.

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    hehe...geez andrew. better put your shades on so nobody recognizes you next time you say that

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    Haha... better watch up!
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