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Sample languages

While many sample languages are available to get you started (such as C#, VB, XML, and more), custom language definitions can be developed and distributed with your applications as well.

<strong>Sample languages</strong><br /><em><p>While many sample languages are available to get you started (such as C#, VB, XML, and more), custom language definitions can be developed and distributed with your applications as well.</p>
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Advanced Editing Capabilities

SyntaxEditor has a number of display features you find in the Visual Studio code editor such as line numbers, visible whitespace, word wrap, line modification marks, split views, mouse wheel zooming, and more.

<strong>Advanced Editing Capabilities</strong><br /><em><p>SyntaxEditor has a number of display features you find in the Visual Studio code editor such as line numbers, visible whitespace, word wrap, line modification marks, split views, mouse wheel zooming, and more.</p>
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Unicode and Bi-Directional Editing Support

SyntaxEditor supports the editing of any Unicode characters and even has full support for working with embedded bi-directional text.

<strong>Unicode and Bi-Directional Editing Support</strong><br /><em><p>SyntaxEditor supports the editing of any Unicode characters and even has full support for working with embedded bi-directional text.</p>
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Line Commenting

Languages can each be assigned a line commenter that is capable of adding and removing comments. Algoritms for both line-based comments (like C#'s "//") and range comments (like XML's ") are supported. Custom algorithms can be developed as well.

<strong>Line Commenting</strong><br /><em><p>Languages can each be assigned a line commenter that is capable of adding and removing comments. Algoritms for both line-based comments (like C#'s "//") and range comments (like XML's "<!-- -->) are supported. Custom algorithms can be developed as well.</p>
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