Some non-Latin-based scripts (alphabets) have more detail in their glyphs than do the Latin-based-script equivalents, and typically need a larger font to give the same degree of legibility (resolution-wise).
Sometimes, both script types need to be present in the same file.
Notepad++ allows different font SIZES (and colour, etc.) courtesy of syntax-highlighting.
This allows me to display a larger-fonted non-Latin-based script in a // BIG-FONT comment.
Although this has been quite handy for me in some situations, it is quite limited.
A word processor can handle this scenario, but I'm not interested in that. I want a nice simple(?) plain(?) text editor to do it on a per script-type basis, for example, mixing Latin-1 and Devanagari (and Mandarin, etc.).
Such a thing may not exits, but Notepad++ has shown that a simple(?) plain(?) text editor is capable of it.
Does such a text editor exist?
Why not a word processor? Because GCC and Python don't like that format! But UTF-8 is fine.