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[Encoder] Duckyscript Notepad++ Userdefinedlanguage

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I've been writing a load of DuckyScripts over the past few days and I decided to create a little User Defined Language for Notepad++ to make sifting through large scripts easier. I chose the extension to be .duck for conveniences sake (Sorry CyberDuck users, you can change it if you wish, it's only XML). If you're using %appdata% as a directory, then make sure to overwrite (or combine) it with the current file there (%appdata\Notepad++). If not, the original file is in C:\Program Files\Notepad++.

Here is the file: DuckyScript User Defined Language.


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