UDL highlight keywords that are not seperated
Chris Hansen last edited by
The language I am working with you can combine multiple keywords that will end up being a string when the interpreter processes them.
For example two of the keywords are @STORE and @TER in the code I can put @STORE@TER and it will output the store number and terminal number for example store number is 123 and terminal number is 002 it will replace @STORE@TER with 123002.
Is there a way to get Notepad++ to highlight both @STORE and @TER in a different color without having a space or other character separating them?
Claudia Frank last edited by
afaik, only, if @ isn’t part of the keyword but used as operator.