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The Visual C++ code editor will format code, but I don't know of any seperate programs that will do it.
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Jonathan Little

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I have no clue whether you can get a copy of it for windows, but Emacs does format your code for you, if you want. It's a text editor that shows up on a lot of Unixlikes, and I think I've seen it for windows, but I don't know for certain. It's kind of nice, you just push tab on whatever line you're working on and it sticks it where it needs to go. It figures it out by relying on your placement of parentheses and braces and stuff, so it can help you find little errors in code with that

Jonathan

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Does anyone know of a program that will reformat code to "clean" it up (tabs, spacing, parenthesis, etc) to however I like it? I've used html editors that can do things like this (homesite, etc) but I haven't heard of something that will reformat C++ or Java.

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search the web! put in "code cleaner" or "code formatter". i had this great little thing that would reformat my Pascal code and it even let you specify how you wanted it to look. i know there are some that will do this for C/C++

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