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I'm thinking on leaving my Ultraedit license behind (it's a very old version nowadays)... and I've tried Visual Studio Code.

It looks much more modern, it is fast and free, and once I've installed some extensions it can syntax highlight the kind of files I work with (industrial robot programs files).

In Ultraedit, once you tune the language files, you can define what is a function and, what follows those specs appears in a list you can double click to move the cursor to the location of that function.

Can this be done in Visual Studio Code?

Is there any extension or setting that shows the functions that are present in one opened file?

Thank you all!

What I have tried:

searching the Internet, but I have not found any positive answer...
Updated 22-Feb-19 8:42am

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Solution 1

Sounds like you're looking for Outline View:
Outline view | Visual Studio Code June 2018[^]

You might need to find or create a definition for your language:
Language Support in Visual Studio Code[^]
Syntax Highlight Guide | Visual Studio Code Extension API[^]
Joan M 22-Feb-19 14:48pm

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