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Built-in C# Programming

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Built-in C# Programming

It is recommended to read Scripting Overview article first.

This article will review C# editor, that designed both for working with usual C# files, and with C# scripts.

Usual C# programming

Editor includes features of a typical IDE; .cs, .csproj, .sln files are supported. Developer can add .cs files in the project, compile solution and run compiled code straight in the editor. In comparison with usual IDEs, one can work with only one Project.csproj project file and with only one Project.sln solution file at the moment.

Ribbon Scripting tab

An extra section of the editor Ribbon that provides tools of scripting.

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Name Description
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Builds a solution (Project.sln) to check for compilation errors.
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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.
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 C# editor. For example, you can turn on line numbers displays.

See also
References OverviewScripting Basic Knowledge