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How to Dsiplay line numbers in Source Code

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Im getting a fatal compiler error (C1001) at line 1786.

There is no way Im counting 1786 lines, so i assume that somewhere there is an option that will display line numbers.

Can sometime tell me how to set this?

thanks.


PS Im using Visual C++ Version 6.
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There isn't an option to display line numbers, but if you hit CTRL+G in the editor window it'll pop up a box which lets you jump to a particular point in the file using a number of different criteria--line numbers being one of them.

However, if you double-click on the error it ought to take you straight to the faulting line anyway.
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