How to Set SQL Language Syntax Highlighting in Notepad++

If you want to color code your SQL Syntax in Notepad++ then you can set Language as SQL in the following way.

  • Be on the tab with SQL queries.
  • Now on the menu and select Language > S > SQL
Set Language as SQL in Notepad++

You will see that the SQL in your tab will be syntax highlighted.

This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on a Windows 11 PC running Notepad++ v 8.5.6 (64-bit).

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