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SET ECOLOR - set colors for syntax highlighting

Syntax:
[SET] ECOLOR char [modifier[...]] [foreground] [on background]

[SET] ECOLOR char [modifier[...]] ON|OFF

Description:
The SET ECOLOR command allows the user to specify the colors of each category of items used in syntax highlighting.

char refers to one of the following valid values:

A - comments
B - strings
C - numbers
D - keywords
E - labels
F - preprocessor directives
G - header lines
H - extra right paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
I - level 1 paren
J - level 1 matchable keyword (N/A)
K - level 1 matchable preprocessor keyword (N/A)
L - level 2 paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
M - level 3 paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
N - level 4 paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
O - level 5 paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
P - level 6 paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
Q - level 7 paren, matchable keyword (N/A)
R - level 8 paren or higher, matchable keyword (N/A)
S - incomplete string
T - HTML markup tags
U - HTML character/entity references
V - Builtin functions
W - not used
X - not used
Y - not used
Z - not used
1 - alternate keyword color 1
2 - alternate keyword color 2
3 - alternate keyword color 3
4 - alternate keyword color 4
5 - alternate keyword color 5
6 - alternate keyword color 6
7 - alternate keyword color 7
8 - alternate keyword color 8
9 - alternate keyword color 9
N/A indicates that this capability is not yet implemented.

For valid values for modifier , foreground and background see SET COLOR .

The second format of this command allows the user to turn on or off any of the valid modifiers.

Compatibility:
XEDIT: N/A
KEDIT: Compatible.

Default:
See QUERY ECOLOR

See Also:
SET COLORING, SET AUTOCOLOR, SET PARSER, SET COLOR

Status:
Complete.


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Generated on: 26 Jan 2015

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