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Guided Tour- Defining Disqualifiers

Over three hundred different test are performed to determine which strings should not be moved to the Resource file. In addition to dozens of built-in intelligent context checks, user definable parameters can be changed or added to excluded non-user interface strings. For example, if your coding style has SQL commands being assigned to a variable named strSQL, you can have all strings being assigned to this variable disqualified from the Resource file. There are three types of user definable disqualifiers: the assignment to the left of the string, the contents of the string itself, and any text to the right of the string including the comment section. While this capability is easy to use, services are available to get custom tuned string disqualification files that are designed to match your project.  Next --->


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