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This is just a little something for those of you used to using the Eclipse IDE, it's syntax highlighting almost identical to Eclipse save a bit of enhancement. Eclipse doesn't highlight ints, octal and hex individually but DevC++ can, there are a few other things in there that promote very high levels of readability.

To Install:
Download attachment "Eclipse-enhanced.txt"
Rename to "Eclipse-enhanced.syntax"
Drop into C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Dev-Cpp

To Use in Dev-C++:
Tools->Editor Options
Syntax Tab
Color Speed Settings dropdown->Eclipse-enhanced

Et voila!

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cool
Nice.
good info
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