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does anyone knows any addon in microsoft visual c++ 2003 to do syntax hightlight . like in codebloack

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for instance, when i go to { , it will auto matically hightlight } .etc ..  
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You could use visual assist from www.wholetomato.com.It's an excellent tool.

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If you type a }, VS will already automatically highlight the corresponding { if there is one. If it does not, you can always use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + } and it will move the cursor to the corresponding closing/opening brace/bracket.

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and if you want specific colors for bg/fg, look under Tools>Options>Environment>Fonts&Colors.
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