When editing a SQL file, if there is a backslash before the quotation marks, SciTE (also Notepad2) ignores the quotation marks and treat the character after the quotation marks as part of the string, so we get no syntax highlighting for the commands after the string:
SELECT "hello\" FROM DUAL;
the "FROM DUAL" appears as part of the string, and it shouldn't since FROM is a SQL command not inside a string.
I was told that this is a Scintilla issue, and the editor cannot handle it, unless Scintilla get fixed it.
I use Oracle as my Database.