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Luis Babboni
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Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby Luis Babboni » Jan 17, 2016 13:00

Hi,

any FbEdit user with spanish keyboard here?
How to make the green ' for comments without need to do ALT+39 ?

Thanks!
Merick
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Re: Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby Merick » Jan 17, 2016 20:00

In FBEdit, hitting the F9 key will comment out the current line. You can also use it to comment out a whole block of code if you highlight it with the mouse.

You can also use CTRL+F9 to remove the comment markers
Luis Babboni
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Re: Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby Luis Babboni » Jan 19, 2016 22:54

Thanks! Very usefull! :-)
Still no works to make comments at the end of a line :-/
Merick
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Re: Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby Merick » Jan 21, 2016 12:00

does your keyboard look like this one:

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/msdn ... kbdsp.html

if so, then what you're looking for is probably the key on the top row right after the zero
Tourist Trap
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Re: Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby Tourist Trap » Jan 21, 2016 15:10

Luis Babboni wrote:Still no works to make comments at the end of a line :-/

Use the good old "REM", it should work. Or replace it by something of your taste.

Code: Select all

#define _C_  REM
print "hello" _C_ this also is a comment after all
fxm
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Re: Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby fxm » Jan 21, 2016 15:30

About the different syntaxes to indicate comments in the source code, see at /wiki/KeyPgRem.
Luis Babboni
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Re: Need help from any spanish keyboard user in FbEdit.

Postby Luis Babboni » Jan 21, 2016 21:59

Merick wrote:does your keyboard look like this one:

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/msdn ... kbdsp.html

if so, then what you're looking for is probably the key on the top row right after the zero


Yes!!! It is!!!
LOL, I tried all possible combination of two or more keys, never tried with just one key!!!! :-D

Sorry for my stupidity!!

Thanks!!

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