Editing formulas in Notepad++ ... anyone have a user-defined language file to make this easier?

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I've found Notepad++ easier to use to edit longer formulas. It's especially helpful to figure out when I am missing a parentheses.  I was going to create a 'user-defined language' to better represent formulas instead of using the available items, but figured someone else has already done so.

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Sorry, wrong file
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I created a basic User Defined Language a while back. It helps me. Hopefully it helps you. 



This should be the correct file
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Hey Steven - I'd love to use your UDL for Notepad++ for Quick Base.  I don't see it on your post above.  Can you email it to me at joe.acunzo @ SoftTechExperts.com? Even given the Sep 2017 Quick Base update that improves the formula editor, I still think Notepad++ is far superior.  Thanks.