Coding using Line of code builder consists of selecting the appropriate procedure and moving thru the open (variable or argument) positions using tab. At each insertion point a pop-up lets you select an appropriate action: insert an existing or new variable or insert an expression. Lines of code builder supports both built-in and your custom code fragments. It adds the ability to activate VB language help on a selected built-in procedure which is useful if you are not certain which procedure should be used. Also you can set a checkbox so that the procedure's arguments are added explicit (e.g. Interval:="d").
Change default behavior in Settings dialog.
Start this dialog from Toolbar or using Alt-CL (Code-vb - Line of code)
In the left list box also modules appear which you added to your \library folder (see Creating your own code library)
(First list box) Shows which libraries or modules the procedure is derived from.
(Second list box) Shows which procedures are available in the selected group
(textbox showing the line for the selected procedure)
Starts Visual Basic help on the selected procedure.
Ads a line of comment to explain what the procedure does. Not available in this version
If this is checked
Determines if all arguments in a procedure are placed on the same line ...
(Applies only to functions) Replaces normal behavior
Inserts the line of code at the cursor position and closes the dialog.
Closes the dialog without insertingt the line of code .
Starts this Help topic
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