TextPad® is designed to provide the power and functionality to satisfy the most demanding text editing requirements. It is Windows hosted, and comes in 16 and 32-bit editions. Key features include: Huge files can be edited, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish user interfaces, A spelling checker with dictionaries in 10 languages, Simultaneous multi-file editing, Text manipulation capabilities such as case shifting, block indenting and text transposing, Auto word-wrap function, A powerful search/replace engine, Viewer for binary files using a hexadecimal display format, Built in file comparison utility, and up to 16 user-defined tools with argument macros, A built in file manager for fast file copying, renaming, deleting etc, DDE interface to other tools, such as VC++, and more.Visit publisher site: TextPad
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I've used TextPad for years. It's always been so versatile from ability to show line numbers all the way to complex regular expression search and replace. While browsing HotScripts today I realized I was still on TextPad version 2.21 from 1996! I updated to version 7.5 today and all I can say is WTF! They've gone above and beyond creating, by far, the best available text editor. Great job guys!
Really, I love this program. I work for BTopenworld, specifically I create www.btinternet.com and www.btopenworld.com. These are written in TCL, Vignette and Oracle SQL, and all of this is done using Textpad. I also still maintain my personal sites, which i write in Perl, PHP, MySQL SQL, those too using Textpad. The colour-coding and syntax highlighting is excellent. The regular expressions dreamy, the intuitive GUI wonderful. I can't rate this program high enough!!! I use this program 95% of the time I'm at work, the other 5% is spent attending e-mail! Buy it, it's worth every penny. David Kitchen