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[.net] getting VS 2005 IDE C++ to behave like C# does

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I can't get VS 2005 Text Editor to act like C# in terms of formatting the source code, indenting braces, ect.... For instance in C#, if I were to type if(a > 5) func(); And then I add braces if(a > 5) { func(); } C# will automatically indent func(); But in C++ if I try the same thing I get: if(a > 5) { func(); } And there are a whole slew of other things. I've tried looking in the Tools-Options settings but with no luck. C# seems to have much more options than C++. Is there a way to get around this?

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Well, c# is much easier to parse than c++ while writing, and thus has tons of features in the IDE supported (great intellisense, and stuff like that). I don't know what exactly is all supported in the c++ environment, but thats the reason why some things lack...

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