02-28-2008 09:05 AM
02-28-2008 11:50 AM
There is no special escape character for these tags, but if you don't mind living with an extra compiler warning, and with missing syntax coloring after the first line, you could use the universal backslash as the escape character:
/// HIFN \
line 1 \
line 2 \
03-28-2012 08:08 AM
I know this thread is 3 Years old, but someone else may use this tip.
I solved the Problem with a HTML Tag. You can justificate the text with following command:
/// HIFN <HTML><BODY><p align ="justify">
/// HIFN place
/// HIFN your
/// HIFN text
/// HIFN here.
/// HIFN </p></BODY></HTML>
It doesn't matter how much rows you add, the text will be well formatted.
I hope this will help someone =)
03-28-2012 08:29 AM
This information is certainly useful. Note, however, that it can also be found in the documentation
|/// HIFN help text||Specifies the help text for the function. Use multiple /// HIFN tags to display help text for the function on separate lines. To separate help text with an empty line, use /// HIFN on a line by itself. You also can use HTML tags, but you must enclose the tags in <HTML><BODY></BODY></HTML> tags.
/// HIFN SampleFunction returns the value of a control.
int SampleFunction (int controlID, ctrlType controlType, char label, double *value)
03-28-2012 08:39 AM
I know, but the issue was that the text have to be written in one line, or the text get fragmented.
With the align="justify" command you can beautify the text