How to configure splits in the WinForms SyntaxEditor (EditControl)?
Splits contain list of expressions that must be treated as a single word. To configure the splits in WinForms EditControl, specify the required word in the split section.
The following is the code example that demonstrates the same.
<!--Combines special character with the keyword--> <split>.public</split> <split>.class</split>
By using the split configuration, ignore the lexemes preceded by a dot.
The Class and public are keywords in the EditControl. By using the Splits concept in the EditControl, you can ignore this keyword when it is preceded with a Dot. When .public is loaded in the EditControl, public is not highlighted as keyword.
You can refer to the following Link,
Figure 1: Before Splits configuration
Figure 2: After Splits configuration
Reference link: https://help.syncfusion.com/windowsforms/syntax-editor/syntax-highlighting#splits-1
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