Comment Block Macros

Do you find that it is much easier to comment or uncomment a block of code in Visual Basic editor? I wrote a couple of macro routines to do the same for Visual C++ editor. When you select a block of code and click on CommentBlock toolbar button, the selected text will be commented out with '//'. When you click on UncommentBlock toolbar button, the selected text will be uncommented if it was commented out with '//'.

To install the macro file, download it to your Visual Studio macro directory. This is usually C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\Common\MSDev98\Macros. From the Visual C++ editor, simply create two toolbar. Set each of them up to to run these macros: CommentBlock and UncommentBlock.

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  • InterDev

    Posted by Legacy on 08/13/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: zk

    I guess that this macro can be used also in VS InterDev, of course tha change have to be made: instead "//" it has to be "'". I am having a trouble on how to register macro in InterDev and will apriciate some help.

    Thanks

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