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The following reference information explains objects that are used to create an instance of the core text editor.

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VSCodeWindow Object

Describes the code window object, a specialized document window that can enclose one or more text views.

VSCodeWindowManager Object

Describes the code window manager object that is implemented by the language service and is responsible for managing adornments.

VSTextBuffer Object

Describes the text buffer object, which represents a stream of Unicode text, the data for a file.

VSTextView Object

Describes the text view, a window that lets users view and edit Unicode text of the text buffer.

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