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How to temporarily remove text from Script?

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This might be a SciTe question. Is there a way to have a large chunk of text not executed, without having to type 100's of semi-colons?

Using regions perhaps? Or to remove a large "while" loop without deleting it?

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try #cs in front of what you want to comment and then use #ce at the end


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#cs and #ce will do the trick.

It's often easier to put the #ce at the end of the section first, then move up to the starting point to put the #cs in. It's surprising how much harder it is visually to scan the text when it's all green!

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Selecting the region to ignore, followed by Control + Q does the trick as well

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Perfect,

both techniques work great.

thanks

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