Learn About Notepad And Notepad++ Difference.

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I never used the notepad++, but from online websites, I learn that notepad++ is better than notepad which we used as windows plat form editor. So I want to know the notepad and notepad++ difference in features, please anyone can help me?

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Learn About Notepad And Notepad++ Difference.

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From above picture you can see that there is much difference between notepad and notepad++. The notepad++ in above figure is like editor which we used for c++ language (code block), and it has new features on a notepad as described below:

Notepad Notepad++
There is no line numbering. There is line numbering.
There is no customization option. There is customization option.
It has only few character sets. It contains all type of character sets.
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Learn About Notepad And Notepad++ Difference.

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Microsoft Notepad and Notepad++ are both text editor applications. It’s just that Notepad++ is more flexible than Microsoft Notepad aside from just being a text editor. With Notepad++, aside from editing an ordinary text file, you can also edit raw program codes like the ones created in C language, C++, C#, and others. You can use it in coding your programs because it supports syntax highlighting.

Similar to a programming language wherein commands and statements are highlighted as you create your code, with Notepad++, everything is highlighted as well. You can also use it to edit your HTML pages. Microsoft Notepad doesn’t support this. Though you can also edit your program codes with Microsoft Notepad, it doesn’t support syntax highlighting. Your entire program will appear like ordinary texts which is quite confusing.

With Microsoft Notepad, you open and edit files one at a time. With Notepad++, you can open and edit multiple files because it supports tab editing. When you open multiple files, they will appear in tabs just like with a web browser.

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