Setting Language-Specific Editor Options
Visual Studio offers a variety of Text Editor options that apply to specific programming languages.
In This Section
- Options, Text Editor, Basic (Visual Basic)
Describes settings for end constructs, code reformatting, outlining, and error correction suggestions, among others, for Visual Basic code.
- Options, Text Editor, C/C++, Formatting
Describes outlining, indenting, Quick Info, and other settings for C and C++ code.
- Options, Text Editor, C/C++, Advanced
Describes settings for IntelliSense and database files when using C and C++.
- Options, Text Editor, C#, Formatting
Describes settings for indenting, new line formatting, and wrapping text, among others, for C# and J#.
- Options, Text Editor, C#, Advanced
Describes outlining, error identification, and XML documentation comment settings for C# and J#.
- Options, Text Editor, C#, IntelliSense
Describes settings that specify how the IntelliSense completion list behaves when you work in C# and J# code.
- Validation, CSS, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box
Describes statement completion and error correction settings for cascading style sheets (CSS).
- Validation, HTML, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box
Describes settings for checking HTML syntax based on the schema you select.
- Options, Text Editor, XAML, Formatting
Describes settings for element and attribute arrangement in XAML documents.
- Customizing the Editor
Provides links to topics that explain the many aspects of the editor that you can set preferences for.
- Customizing Development Settings in Visual Studio
Provides links to topics that explain how to customize your settings, key bindings, and other features of the integrated development environment (IDE).