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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Variable Reference >

vbasic-language-level: preference variable

Default value: 0xffff

When Epsilon colors Visual Basic files, it uses bits in this variable to control which set of keywords to color.

The 0x2 bit makes it color keywords added in VB.NET 2005.

The 0x4 bit makes it color keywords added in VB.NET 2008.

The 0x40 bit makes it color unreserved VB.NET keywords like isfalse and until.

The 0x80 bit makes it color obsolete VB.NET keywords like gosub and variant.

Reload each Visual Basic file or toggle its want-code-coloring variable after setting this variable so the new rule takes effect.

More info:

Visual Basic Mode



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