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  • Overview
  • Displaying the empty processes
  • Displaying/Hiding the processes of overloaded templates
  • Overview
  • Displaying the processes of overloaded templates
  • Displaying/Hiding the line numbers
  • Overview
  • Displaying the line numbers
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Displaying/Hiding the empty processes

Overview

The code editor enables you to display the code of a multi-selection (several controls, several global procedures, several methods of classes, ...). Each element proposes a number of processes.
Displaying a number of processes may quickly become difficult to read while most of these processes are empty.
The empty processes are not displayed by default.

Displaying the empty processes

To display the empty processes:
  1. Go to the code editor.
  2. Select "Display .. Display the empty processes". If the empty processes are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and conversely).On the "Display" pane, in the "Help for edit" group, check or uncheck "Display the empty processes". If the empty processes are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and conversely).
You also have the ability to press [Ctrl] + [F6].
Displaying/Hiding the processes of overloaded templates

Overview

If the element displayed in the code editor is associated with a template, you have the ability to display the processes of the overloaded templates.

Displaying the processes of overloaded templates

To display the processes of overloaded templates:
  1. Go to the code editor.
  2. Select "Display .. Display the processes of overloaded templates". If these processes are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and conversely).On the "Display" pane, in the "Help for edit" group, check or uncheck "Display the processes of templates". If these processes are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and conversely).
You also have the ability to press [Shift] + [F6].
Displaying/Hiding the line numbers

Overview

The code editor allows you to display a line number in front of each code line.
The line numbers are not displayed by default.

Displaying the line numbers

To display the line numbers:
  1. Go to the code editor.
  2. Select "Display .. Display the line numbers". If the line numbers are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and conversely).On the "Display" pane, in the "Help for edit" group, click "Display the line numbers". If the line numbers are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and conversely).
You also have the ability to press [Ctrl Shift G].
Minimum required version
  • Version 14
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