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    Finding opening or closing braces

    Hello,

    I want to find opening and closing braces's place similar to .Net code editor. But i can't.

    I wrote an Add-in for solve this problem.

    Code is find ending and beginning braces ()[]{} and block commands as If-End If, For-Next ...

    Find key: Ctrl-B, Select finding block area: Ctrl-Shift-B

    You can compile source code or you can add DLL.

    I hope it will usefull.

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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    Moved from the CodeBank
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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    This looks like a completed project submission to codebank?
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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    i was search similar this program at long time, but i cant find it.

    where is codebank?

    New version is at the attachment.
    Last edited by hasanaydin52; Jan 7th, 2009 at 10:01 AM.

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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    if necessary, can you move to CodeBank?

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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    I hope you don't find this confusing but from the names and types of files in the zip it looks like this is meant as a VB Add-in so I moved it here. If that is not what it is then please let me know.

    BTW, in general the CodeBank is meant for snippets of code and the UtilityBank is meant for completed utilities.

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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    I understand now, your right.
    I think here is suitable.

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    Re: Finding opening or closing braces

    I apologize hasanaydin52. You had posted it in the CodeBank. I saw this sentence
    Quote Originally Posted by hasanaydin52
    I want to find opening and closing braces's place similar to .Net code editor. But i can't.
    And assumed your thread was an "How do I do this?" thread, so I moved it.
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