I understand you.

the rule is simple

the "." has priority over END-XXXX

many programmers use points just to save typing

if you try to compile the following example the compiler will cancel

IF variable1 = 100
   move "HI!!!"   TO WS-VARIBLE2 .

the compiler will detect an "END-IF" that is not associated with any "IF" and
considers it an error

but you can do this too:

IF variable1 = 100
   move "HI!!!"   TO WS-VARIBLE2

you can use at the same time

what I don't understand is the following:

in pspad when the mouse passes over an IF it always detects and remarks the
END-IF correctly

Can't you use the same logic for this topic that I'm asking you?

taking into account what I'm telling you ...
Is it possible to make the change on the pspad?

PSPad freeware editor https://www.pspad.com

Odpovedet emailem