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In that same link there is this, which tells how to list all available
"You can see the available snippets for a language by running the Insert
Snippet command in the Command Palette to get a list of the snippets for
the language of the current file. However, keep in mind that this list
also includes user snippets that you have defined, and any snippets
provided by extensions you have installed."
Command Palette is F1.
Now that doesn't show the underlying code. But for a quick and dirty
look, go to https://github.com/NielsLiisberg/RPG-for-VSCode
Code, then you can browse the underlying code.
I use VS Code but I'm not an expert. I also use the Code for IBM i
extension and I know it currently has virtually all the functions
(%xxx,,,) defined as snippets. And they are all defined in a separate
file which is part of the extension. I beleive the contributor plans to
add some logic constructs when he finds time.
Having said that, but not yet done it myself, I believe that if you
define your own snippets they won't be blown away by an update to the
Not sure what happens if your own snippet is a duplicate of a provided one.
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Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code
Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2021 16:17:57 -0400
From: Jon Paris
Yes and no Sam.
It shows me where I can add my own - but it doesn't show me the ones
that were added by Niels' extension and those are the ones I would like
to study and potentially modify.
> On Oct 31, 2021, at 12:27 PM, Sam_L
> Does this link help?
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