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Syntax Colouring for VBScript in Visual Studio 6

, 31 Dec 2001 CPOL
A simple registry modification to make Visual Studio apply syntax colouring to VBScript files.
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Gavin Greig
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Gavin Greig has been a developer with Insights Learning & Development Ltd. in Dundee, Scotland since 1996, using Visual C++ and the MFC.
 
He is a graduate of St. Andrews University, where he studied Physics and Electronics, and has a Computer Science M.Sc. and a Ph.D. from Dundee University.
 
He has also worked as a MUMPS developer in the British National Health Service, and recommends that you have a look at MUMPS yourself to see a perfect example of how programming languages should not be done.

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