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Re: [StrongED] C Mode

In message <ac93b09353.pittdj+@xxxxxxxxxxx>
          David Pitt <pittdj@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> In message <d35e8e9353.Iyonix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>   Ron <iyonix@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Is there a way to turn the red function expansion/contraction off?
> > They are working fine while viewing a c file, but when I edit they
> > dont seem to update, (red arrow can be midway in a function) and they
> > become a distraction.
> Folding is On by default in the C Mode.
> It can be turned off permanently in the Mode Choices Display section, 
> but that has no immediate effect, the page needs to be reloaded.
> There is also a transitory On/Off on the view window menu, the bottom 
> entry 'C' in this case.
> And select and adjust clicks on the red arrows do expand and contract.
> > I found that physical line numbering is necessary, as logical will not
> > count the contracted function lines, which is useless when tracing
> > the error. I didn't find a path to a readme for the C mode from the
> > program interface, in a simple way anyway.
> Is not physical numbering the best option anyway as logical numbering 
> counts line wraps?
It was probably clear to the person who named them what the difference
is, but the words dont describe the difference very well. I would have
thought 'physical' would be actual lines taken up on a page as printed
out perhaps, but it is the reverse. 

> I seem to remember a discussion in the dim and distant on the 
> interpretation of logical and physical, some other program used the 
> same terms but oppositely.
I think different names relating to programming vs page format might
be a better description.
> Hope this helps.
Yes, I can sort that out now, thanks.
Ron M.

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