│ [X] Optimal Fill │
[X] When you check Optimal Fill, Borland Pascal begins every autoindented line with the minimum number of characters possible, using tabs and spaces as necessary.
This produces lines that have fewer characters than lines produced when Optimal Fill is not checked.
For example, ifis set to 3 and you have these lines of code:
if A <= B then
the lines (with spaces shown as "." and tabs shown as "^") will actually be as follows:
Without Optimal Fill │ With Optimal Fill
begin │ begin
...if A <= B then │ ^if A <= B then
......DoSomething │ ^^DoSomething