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    Code Editor?

    Anyone know of a good code editor, simple, and similar to notepad, that highlights HTML/XHTML/PHP... etc?

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    I live by http://emeditor.com .

    Loads up just as fast as NotePad, has highlighting and all that jazz, and loaded with features.. then there are plugins on top of that.

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    Perfect, thank you!

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    You can use editplus alsi.It is simple like notepad and it is very good

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    I have tried many, and Scite is the best for both windows and linux (Except for VI). scintilla.org/SciTE.html
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    Cream is a great customization of vim (available for both Windows and Linux).
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    Textpad (http://www.textpad.com) is quite good, it has syntax highlighting and some other useful features. Plus there are lots of plugins for it.

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    I really like EditPlus; small app, loads fast, and does syntax highlighting for a ton of extensions.

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