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|Applications in Delphi and BCB > Editors > Text Editors|
Boxer Text Editor v.14.0.0||SW
||25 Apr 2013
|By Boxer Software. Boxer is a top-rated, full-featured text editor for programmers, writers, engineers, students and >others.
Features macros, 2 GB file size limit, syntax highlighting, project support, color/mono syntax printing, column blocking, undo/redo, regular expression searches and much more. Extensive configuration options are available, including the ability to define key assignments, screen colors/fonts, templates and ability to define external programs as tools.
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