TEML is the language used to code the IDE editor commands. TEML source files are stored in standard text files and contain a series of macro and key binding commands that define the functionality of the IDE editor.

When you use TEML, there are some limitations you should be aware of:

  ■ If a predefined editor command has not been defined to call a menu
    option, then that menu option cannot be called from TEML.
  ■ Certain predefined editor commands (terminating commands) have to be
    used as the last command in a macro or key sequence. When these
    commands are used, the editor is exited and control is returned to
    the IDE.

Related Topics

  Examples                   Key codes                  Named keys                 Predefined TEML commands   Syntax                  

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