Lite Edit is text editor with all the features useful for programming and no features or options you don't need. It has customizable syntax highlighting and comes with syntax highlighting already configured for many programming languages. Other major features include a configurable tools menu, bookmarks, multilevel undo/redo, customizable hotkeys, word wrap, and auto indenting. Lite Edit also has many simple, innovative, and useful features such as displaying the clipboard in the status bar and a hotkey to restore the text previously on the clipboard.
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Lite Edit 2.1.1
Lite Edit 2.1.1 Source Code (MSVC++ 6.0)
Lite Edit 2.1
Lite Edit 2.1 Source Code (MSVC++ 6.0)
Lite Edit 2.0.1
Lite Edit 2.0.1 Source Code (MSVC++ 6.0)
Lite Edit 2.0
Lite Edit 2.0 Source Code (MSVC++ 6.0)
Lite Edit 1.1
Lite Edit 1.1 Source Code (MSVC++ 6.0)
Lite Edit 1.0
Lite Edit 1.0 Source Code (MSVC++ 6.0) (167 K)
Feature list for Lite Edit versions
Code Edit 2.0
(311 K) A text editor I worked on from 1998 to 2001.
It's designed for writting code.
It has customizable syntax
highlighting, can run external programs, and lets you open multiple files at the
Code Edit 2.0 Source Code (Delphi 3.0) (122 K)
Code Edit 1.62 (292 K) No syntax highlighting
Code Edit 1.62 Source Code (Delphi 3.0) (101 K)
Code Edit 1.5 (289 K) No file tabs
Code Edit 1.5 Source Code (Delphi 3.0) (90 K)
Color Code Generator 1.1
(150.0 K) It generates the HTML code to makes text fade from one color
Color Code Generator Source Code (Delphi 3.0) (12.0 K)
(265 K) It's like the game where you have 8
numbers and 9 different squares on which to move them around, and you put them
in order by moving the numbers to the blank squares, only this program works
with pictures instead of numbers.
Puzzle Source Code (Delphi 3.0) (21.6 K)
- Pac Man (QBasic)
(240.3 K) A rendition of Pac Man with 100 different levels.
- Graphics Editor (QBasic) (8.0 K)
Pac Man's graphics were made with this.