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Commenting Block For Visual Interdev

Posted on 2002-04-09
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Last Modified: 2008-03-03
Does anyone know of a tool that allows you to comment blocks of code in Visual Interdev similar to what you can do with the Visual Basic IDE

Question by:tinman1412
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fritz_the_blank earned 200 total points
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Not that I know of. I was excited to find out, however, that if you select a block of text, then use the tab/shift-tab keys, the selected text will change indentation as a block.

Fritz the Blank

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ID: 6929643
I dont know, but what im used to comment with <!--**-->.

assume that in an asp page, suppose to comment from line3 to line 5, put '%>' in line2 and '<%' in line6.
then put '<!--' in line 3 and '-->' in line 5.


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ID: 6929663
This may help u little.

In the Find/Replace Dialog Box, Choose the Third Icon, **Regular Expression**.

Then in the Find Textbox Enter ^[a-zA-Z]. This means select one character in the beginning of the line.

in the Replace Textbox Enter '. This will replace the character with '. and comments the line. but, of course, u will lose the first character.


Dim ntest will become
'im ntest **D is replaced by '**

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by:Michel Sakr
ID: 6930760
this feature was introduced in vs.net
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ID: 6931321
About time, no?

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