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Comments & intellisense

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Hi,

I'm puzzled about comments & intellisense.
Sometimes, during programming, you get comments that were typed just above
the declaration in the header files, but sometimes, not while -there are-
comments just above the declaration.

Is this simply a bug or are the special conditions that apply?

Thanks!

Mar 23 '06 #1
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>I'm puzzled about comments & intellisense.
Sometimes, during programming, you get comments that were typed just above
the declaration in the header files, but sometimes, not while -there are-
comments just above the declaration.

Is this simply a bug or are the special conditions that apply?


The rules the IDE uses are explained in the MSDN topic titled
"Supplying Code Comments".

Dave
Mar 23 '06 #2

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"David Lowndes" <Da****@example.invalid> wrote
I'm puzzled about comments & intellisense.
Sometimes, during programming, you get comments that were typed just above
the declaration in the header files, but sometimes, not while -there are-
comments just above the declaration.

Is this simply a bug or are the special conditions that apply?


The rules the IDE uses are explained in the MSDN topic titled
"Supplying Code Comments".

In my experience Intellisense comment don't follow any rules
(and yes I read the MSDN docs).

-hg
Mar 23 '06 #3

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>In my experience Intellisense comment don't follow any rules

I've often thought the same :)

Dave
Mar 23 '06 #4

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"David Lowndes" <Da****@example.invalid> wrote in message
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I'm puzzled about comments & intellisense.
Sometimes, during programming, you get comments that were typed just above
the declaration in the header files, but sometimes, not while -there are-
comments just above the declaration.

Is this simply a bug or are the special conditions that apply?


The rules the IDE uses are explained in the MSDN topic titled
"Supplying Code Comments".


I think, I spent 10% of my programming to to reading docs :)

Mar 24 '06 #5

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