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Is there an easy way to create a collapsible block of code in SciTE? I know it will create a block when using if/while (etc.) statements, and comment blocks, but what if I just want a block of code that will be active, to be able to collapse it?

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I would recommend the #region and #endregion tags if you wish to do that. This will allow you to collapse the regions as necessary.

Of course this also depends on what language you are programming in; but, for the most part, that is the tag I use for most things in Scite. You can expand/collapse them, just like any other type of collapsible tag:

region tags in scite

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Thanks. Region works fine. – Mechaflash Feb 1 '12 at 21:06

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