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Indent VS. Tab

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16298 Jul 12,2004 04:49 AM Jul 14,2004 12:20 PM Windows Forms 1
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Scott Adams
Asked On July 12, 2004 04:49 AM

I am getting strange results with the tab and indent settings of the Edit control. We are using version 1. Could someone either point me to documentation or explain the difference between tab, indent and smart indenting etc?

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Replied On July 14, 2004 12:20 PM

Hi Scott, - The IndentType property allows you to set the type of Indent that you want the EditControl to use. The possible values are:Block, None and Smart. - If the KeepTabs property is set to true, when the Tab key is pressed, tab spaces (of size value specified by IndentSize property) are added to that particular line in the EditControl. - If the KeepTabs property is false, when the Tab key is pressed, individual spaces (number of spaces added is equal to the IndentSize property value) are added instead of tabs, to that particular line in the EditControl. - The SmartIndent Method Automatically indents the smart-indent character at the specified location. Regards Arun

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