If you are looking for a free, opensource text editor which supports many programming languages with over 230+ lexers CudaText is the perfect for you. Its developed on Lazarus which makes it very fast to load (less than 0.3 second on Linux operating system with i3 3hz processor). CudaText requires Python for the add-ons to be run and the windows version of CudaText includes the Python engine. You need to install Python if you are on other operating system to make use of add-ons of CudaText. The text editor comes with lots of features for helping the programmers who expertised/engaged in developing multiple languages. Main advantage of this CudaText is its completely free but you can complete your tasks whether it is a web development project or a system utility tool very easily.
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