I need help about how to add the word "$perval" to the usertype.dat file . I think that there is a problem with the "$" because just "perval" without the "$" works.
Is there ant problem with the token "$" before the words in the usertype.dat file?
I really like the ability of (some) Borland compilers to print the source code just like it's presented on the screen: in color.
Does anyone know if this is possible with Microsoft Visual C++ 6? It'd be a great improvement to me for code-readability...
I'm trying to visualise FORTRAN source code in the MS Visual C++ editor. I just added the usertype.dat file to my PC and it works fine. However, I'd like to know if there is a way to color my FORTRAN comments (lines starting with C in the first column or anything after the ! operator on a line). It'll be great to be able to redefine the definition of a comment.
I'm working on a project with about a thousand classes.
It would be great if you could explain me how you create the
text file from the MFC browse file.
I don't feel like typing in all our classes when I see them
everywhere : in the class view, in the wizard bar, ...