vscode. Grab the mq2 extension from the marketplace, and let np++ die in 1995.
Some implementations allow values to be quoted, typically using double quotes and/or apostrophes. This allows for explicit declaration of whitespace, and/or for quoting of special characters (equals, semicolon, etc.). The standard Windows function GetPrivateProfileString supports this, and will remove quotation marks that surround the values.
Thanks for the insight!ini files aren't mq2 (mac and inc files are mq2), that would use an ini extension -- however I think that the apostrophes confuse all ini syntax highlighting because it thinks you are starting a string as per actual ini specifications: