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Settings Tab, Code Window (Code Librarian)

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Use the Settings tab to define the categories and keywords associated with the code. The categories and keywords are used to organize and identify code in the database. To see the list of categories and keywords in the code database, see the Database window.

For More Information   For more information about using the Code Librarian, see Sharing and Reusing Source Code.

Tip   To easily insert the selected code snippet into your code module, from the Toolbar, select the Insert Code in Module or Copy Code to Clipboard options.

Options

Categories

Displays a list of categories associated with the code snippet. Your source code can be associated with multiple categories.

Add   Displays the Add Category dialog box where you can associate additional categories with your source code.

Remove   Removes the selected category from the associated source code definition. Removing a category from this list does not delete the category; it only removes the association between the category and the code. To delete a category from the database, use the Database window.

Keywords

Displays a list of keywords associated with the code snippet. Your source code can be associated with multiple keywords.

Add   Displays the Add Keyword dialog box where you can define additional searchable keywords for your source code.

Remove   Removes the selected keyword from the associated source code definition. Removing a keyword from this list does not delete the keyword; it only removes the association between the keyword and the code snippet. To delete a keyword from the database, use the Database window.

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