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Text Commands

This section describes text commands and provides a usage example.

Expanded How to Insert Text Command into Template

  • Open the Editor | All Languages | Templates options page.

  • Choose the language for your template.

  • Add a template or choose a template from the list.

  • Use the (Select to insert) drop-down list to insert a text command into your template expansion code.

Note

Text Commands are inserted without their signature. To pass one or more parameters, enclose them in parentheses after the Text Command name.

The following example shows how to insert the AddAssemblyReference text command into the template expansion code and run the template.

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