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Re: st: RE: [Stata 9] Syntax Highlighting?
If Raphael is considering investing in a high-powered editor for do-files
(or even in downloading one free), then the place to look is
If Raphael is a Windows user and wants syntax highlighting, then TextPad
might be a good editor to consider.
Hope this helps.
At 18:38 29/09/2005, Nick Cox wrote (in reply to Raphael Fraser):
(I guess because syntax highlighting would entail
a disproportionate investment of programming
effort, and -doedit- is deliberately a minimal
editor. In practice users who want high-powered
text editors already use some favourite outside
> Does Stata 9 Do-file Editor supports syntax highlighting?
> And for the folks at Stata Corp.; if the answer is no then why not?
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