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Visual C++ interface question

Hello,
does anybody know who to remove all the "//DEL" in front of each statemt with a single action, I mean not to go manually through all the "//DEL" and remove it with backspace for each line? Or maybe there is a block selection available?

Also, how to select a whole block and put comments in front of each line with a sigle action?

I know there is a option in VB6. Does VC++ 6.0 has it?
Can't find it. Appreciate your help.

void CDialogMain::InitiateLoading()
{
//DEL      //Matrix_CompareTo
//DEL      CString S;
//DEL      S="G";
//DEL      
//DEL //     Matrix_Lib
//DEL
//DEL      WIN32_FIND_DATA FileData;
//DEL      int Pos_in_Lib=0;
//DEL
//DEL      Matrix_Lib.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib1.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib2.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib3.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib4.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib5.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib6.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib7.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib8.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib9.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib10.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib11.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib12.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib13.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib14.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib15.RemoveAll();
//DEL      Matrix_Lib16.RemoveAll();
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jkrCommented:
There is a block selection available, just press CTRL+ALT . But why not just search&replacem with "replace" set to an empty string?
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jkrCommented:
>>Also, how to select a whole block and put comments in front of each line with a sigle action?

Use the good old

/*

*/

to comment :o)
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MSafineAuthor Commented:
Use the good old

/*

*/

to comment :o)

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I know this, but are you sure that there is no way, like in VB? Let me know if you find out.
Thank you.
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jkrCommented:
>> Let me know if you find out

Let me put it that way - why should there be something like that if you can use /* ... */ ?
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MSafineAuthor Commented:
Well, maybe I want to put something in front of each line? To be honest I don't know why else I may need this. Better to know more then less...
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