If you are a programmer working long in to the night, you might end up forgetting the changes you've made to your latest code, when you've been debugging your source. It's easily done. The snag is, you then have to go through and try and examine the changes you've made compared to your previous work. This can take longer than starting the debugging process again, from scratch. What would be easier would be to use a document merging tool to compare your previous and current work and see the changes side-by-side.
WinMerge 2.6.6 is a document merging and comparison tool that will enable you to load two documents and compare them side-by-side. These documents do not need to be programming code, although it's a useful tool for developers to examine changed code. If you're a writer and you've forgotten the changes you've made to your previous work, simply load up and compare the two documents. When you've finished and are happy, you can merge the new work with the old document, if necessary.
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