You can start with the Mill G Code - 04/14/99
syntax highlighting wordfile.
Move your mouse over the menu Downloads
at top of the UltraEdit homepage, move your mouse down to Extas
and now right over Wordfiles
and click on this item with primary (left) mouse button.
At top of this page you will find some instructions how to add the content of a wordfile you can download on this page to the wordfile you currently use.
The date of the wordfile for "G code" makes clear that this wordfile is old and surely does not enable all the enhanced syntax highlighting feature of the latest versions of UltraEdit.
The wordfiles are written by users like you and are sent to IDM which host it without really testing it. Why? Because for testing/updating a wordfile big knowledge about the syntax of the highlighted language and good example files are necessary. You can't suppose that IDM really has the knowledge and example files for all the languages for which wordfiles exist.
IDM highly welcomes contributions from users. So if you have high knowledge about "G code" and lots of example files, please improve the really old wordfile for "G code" and when finished send it to IDM. My macro set to sort the keywords of a syntax highlighting definition, find duplicate words and find invalid words will be maybe a help for you - see the ultimate syntax highlighting tools
If you need further help to create the improved syntax highlighting wordfile for "G code", post here your questions and I will try my best to answer it and help you.
There is a big help page titled Syntax Highlighting
in help of UltraEdit which explains what you can use for syntax highlighting and how to create your own language definition.
A user has written also a Template for syntax highlighting language wordfile
which you can also use.
There are also some Power Tips
about syntax highlighting wordfiles.