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How can I color in real time user text input?

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Question: How can I color in real time user text input?

Answer: Sometime it is easier to use already developed libraries and save money and time.
An good example of such method is JSyntaxColor.
JSyntaxColor is a library for coloring in real time user text input.

Main features:

  • Standard EditorKit
  • Simple property file for each syntax description
  • Real time switch between syntax descriptions
  • Very compact and fast
  • Inner cache for limiting parsing scope

Tokens libraries customizable by user
Color, Underline, Border attributes support
Sample for Java/SQL/Formula syntax

Many samples for API interesting parts
Open source for the registered version
JDK 1.2 compliant

Evaluation copy can be found at: http://www.japisoft.com/syntaxcolor/index.html

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