I choosed the Visual Studio style, because I use Visual Studio since 1998 and I like it's style.
1). It is free for non commercial use.
2). It is written in C/C++ language, to take advantage of the many libraries for a professional work.
3). The IDE has a build-in code editor, based on the Scintilla control, that I have modified and adapted to fulfill my needs.
4). Also, it has a professional support for Printing and Print Preview.
5). For details and before use this, read the ReadMe.txt.
Many thanks to:
for his suggestions and Tools.
for his excellent Scintilla
I hope that my effort will help Assembly and C programmers.
Athens, 15 May, 2017.