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2225 Dec 21,2002 04:12 PM UTC Dec 27,2002 06:24 AM UTC WinForms 1
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Chris Godwin
Asked On December 21, 2002 04:12 PM UTC

I am buidling a vbscript editor. How can I get these list into a arraylist from the Keyword section of the ini file Arraylist ar = editControl1.KeywordInfo.GetStatements(); Arraylist ar = editControl1.KeywordInfo.GetFunctions(); I want this stuff to fill in the context choice when the user press CTRL - J like in VS.net Thanks

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Replied On December 27, 2002 06:24 AM UTC

Hi Chris, To achieve the function you need, the following member has been added to the EditControl: /// /// Gets the list of keywords for the specified color group. /// /// The color group for the keywords. /// The list of keywords for the color group. public ArrayList GetKeywordList(string colorGroup) { ArrayList keywords = new ArrayList(); EditKeywordInfo ki; for (int i = 0; i < editSettings.KeywordInfoList.Count; i++) { ki = (EditKeywordInfo)editSettings.KeywordInfoList[i]; if (ki.ColorGroup == colorGroup) { keywords.Add(ki.Keyword); } } return keywords; } If you have the source code version of the Essential Edit, please add the above member to EditControl and recompile the library; otherwise, please open a support incident and a support engineer will be available to help. Thanks for choosing Essential Edit. Syncfusion Technical Support > I am buidling a vbscript editor. How can I get these list into a arraylist from the Keyword section of the ini file > > Arraylist ar = editControl1.KeywordInfo.GetStatements(); > > Arraylist ar = editControl1.KeywordInfo.GetFunctions(); > > I want this stuff to fill in the context choice when the user press CTRL - J like in VS.net > > Thanks

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