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Custom syntax/code highlight [message #1856189] Fri, 25 November 2022 10:15
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Hi all,

I am using Eclipse for a hobby C++ project and I have a question regarding syntax/code hightlighting.

I have some code like this - these are all global variables:

global_variable_1  =  global_variable_2  +  PARAM_offset

I want that code to look like this:

global_variable_1 = global_variable_2 + PARAM_offset

That means, as soon as the variable contains a keyword (in my case PARAM_ ) I want to highlight that variable in some way.

Is this possible ?

Of course I already tried the available options in preferences, but could not find a way to do it how I want it.

Thanks in advance!

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