Is there a text editor in which you can specify key words of the programming language to specify a color?

For example I would like to make keywords to create variables var, let, const in my code was green, the keywords if, for, red, etc.

Is there a text editor in which you can specify in the settings what colour the reserved word is highlighted? If Yes, then how to configure such a thing?
April 9th 20 at 10:54
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April 9th 20 at 10:56
Solution
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The current settings for syntax highlighting can be found here:
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Create your own syntax definition here:
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April 9th 20 at 10:58
In many possible. All differently configured.
well, at least one or two please tell me, I all the time study web-development, used only one - brackets. And there there is no such thing. - Rosetta.Doy commented on April 9th 20 at 11:01
@Rosetta.Doy, emacs. - Sister.Stoltenbe commented on April 9th 20 at 11:04
@Rosetta.Doy, I am almost certain that there is a plugin needed. And support for changing themes is, hence, it can be done, just need to know how. - alana.Green89 commented on April 9th 20 at 11:07

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