My current favorite thing to program in is Notepad++, but the default version does not support Prolog, which I am now learning in one of my classes. Is there a plugin for that?

Alternatively, can you recommend another text editor (I don't use IDEs that much) that supports the Prolog language?

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There are a couple of Notepad++ Prolog plugins available in the User Defined Language Files page of the Notepad++ Community User Manual.

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