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i'm beginer,i have a question about C#

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i use C# 2005 Express Edition to devlop a program, and maybe i push a key on
my keyboard, now the blank among my code is replaced by lots of dot
for example:
it should be like this " using System;", but now it show me "using.System;"
how can i remove them? thanks.

Lorry
Sep 26 '06 #1
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Lorry Astra wrote:
i use C# 2005 Express Edition to devlop a program, and maybe i push a
key on my keyboard, now the blank among my code is replaced by lots
of dot
for example:
it should be like this " using System;", but now it show me
"using.System;" how can i remove them? thanks.
I can't check this in Express, but in Visual Studio, this is
Edit|Advanced|View White Space. The keyboard shortcut is normally Ctrl+R,
Ctrl+W (i.e. hold down the control key and press R followed by W).

-cd
Sep 26 '06 #2

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ok, i'd resolved it based on your way, thanks.

"Carl Daniel [VC++ MVP]" wrote:
Lorry Astra wrote:
i use C# 2005 Express Edition to devlop a program, and maybe i push a
key on my keyboard, now the blank among my code is replaced by lots
of dot
for example:
it should be like this " using System;", but now it show me
"using.System;" how can i remove them? thanks.

I can't check this in Express, but in Visual Studio, this is
Edit|Advanced|View White Space. The keyboard shortcut is normally Ctrl+R,
Ctrl+W (i.e. hold down the control key and press R followed by W).

-cd
Sep 26 '06 #3

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