If you are thinking of dabbling in Templotmec coding, here are a couple of programs (free) which are very useful tools to have.
download from: https://sourceforge.net/projects/winmerge
WinMerge is a diffing tool, which means you can use it to find the differences between two chunks of text, or two text-format files. Just paste the texts into each side of the editor, or load the files. Both sides will scroll in sync.
Here Winmerge has found a line in the text on the right which isn't in the text on the left, expanded the text on the left to keep it in sync, and highlighted the difference in yellow:
download from: https://notepad-plus-plus.org/
Notepad++ is a multi-tabbed programmers editor. It can be set to use Pascal syntax highlighting, and is great for editing, searching and comparing chunks of code or .pas files:
You can keep a safe copy of your original code in one tab, while making trial changes in another tab, copying and pasting to and from the live code in Lazarus.
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