SQL coloration syntiax and meaning
massimo doro last edited by massimo doro
I nedd some help to understand the meaning of the colors preset by Notepad ++ in the SQL language.
There is an info file ?
This because I have an import error in Excel and I see that the line with the import erro is that one is GRAY in Notepad++.
So I need the color explanation to understand the error.
Can you help me ?
PeterJones last edited by
The colors chosen for a particular language are shown in the Settings > Style Configurator for a particular language. So you can probably figure out the name of that grey style.
However, relying on a syntax highlighter to catch your coding errors is problematic at best. I think at one point, @Alan-Kilborn shared a script, https://community.notepad-plus-plus.org/post/71021 , and I adapted it to https://github.com/pryrt/nppStuff/blob/main/pythonScripts/nppOnSaveSyntaxCheck.py , which runs a perl syntax check every time I save a perl file, so it gives me nearly-live error checking
massimo doro last edited by
Thank you very much !
I found the explenation of the gray style for SQl language !
It is a string !
Now I have understand my excel import error !