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-- comment, These comments are ready in many of our engines as well as our online Marker.js highlighting tool used here to highlight the code. However it will take weeks or maybe months to see them in the next Arendelle IDE releases. So be patient about them.
*- ────────────────────────────────────────────── -* -- Arendelle supports many commenting system // you can comment in one line look like the way -- you can do it in Arendelle with -- or in the C // with a double //, They both look good, And you -- can use them whenever you want to *- ────────────────────────────────────────────── -* *- We also have the multi like comments, The - - Supported C Style /* comment */ is here, But - - you can also use the Arendelle System -* /* Which is *- comment -*. Using both of these * * Systems you can easily comment, where you * * want to comment */ *- ────────────────────────────────────────────── -* *- We also have this func args comments system - - like the ones you have in Swift, But here - - they are optional comments, you can write - - what ever you want before each arg: -* !func ( argument 1 is : @space / 23, arg 2: 345 ) *- ────────────────────────────────────────────── -*
My Comment.app also has a new Language as Arendelle with these settings on it. So I hope that you like these comments, But if you ever wanted to have your own comments, Remember that you can simply write a preprocessor and then you can remove your own comments from the code. So you can have a superset of Arendelle with your own specifications