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Built-in C# Programming

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Built-in C# Programming

You can read Scripting Overview article first. This article reviews C# editor, that designed both for working with usual C# files and with C# scripts.

Usual C# programming

The editor includes a typical C# IDE features, .cs, .csproj, .sln files are supported. A developer can add .cs files in the project, edit it and compile. Right now, you can work only with one C# project 'Project.csproj' from the editor.

Ribbon Scripting tab

A section of the editor Ribbon that provides tools for scripting.

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Builds a solution (Project.sln) to compile and apply C# code changes.
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Creates C# file (.cs).
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Adds selected files or folders to the project (Project.csproj).
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Removes selected files or folders from the project (Project.csproj).
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Creates C# Script.
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Creates Flow Graph.
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Comments selection of C# code.
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Uncomments selection of C# code.
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Renames symbol of C# code.
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To do auto formatting of C# code.
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Adds property code for a component class.
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Opens Sources solution in an external IDE.
C# Filtering mode of Resources Window

At Resources Window one can enable C# filtering mode. When enabled, only .cs files will be displayed in the window.

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In the Project Settings there are settings of the C# editor. For example, you can turn on line numbers displays.


See also
References OverviewScripting Basic Knowledge