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#region in Javascript.

Posted on 2004-04-22
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Hi,

Is there like a

    #region
    #endregion


directive for javascript, like in C#.

or something similar.

thanks,
steve
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#region is Visual Studio .NET specific. Regions won't show up in any other program.
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but i am doing JScript .NET
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