Comment / Uncomment

Many programming languages support one-line comments. The one-line comment is the part of the text beginning with the predetermined combination of symbols («//» for С/C ++/C #/Java, "-" for TSQL) and coming to the end with the end of a line. If it is necessary to comment many lines of the program (temporarily to switch off their performance) it is necessary to put every line in the beginning symbols of the beginning of the comment. Program TextlLab allows to make it quickly and accurately at work with any editor of the text.

The command Comment places comment badges in the beginnings of lines, the command Uncomment cleans them. The indent of the turned out block-comment is defined by an indentof the line, a having least space.