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  • Why SCSC limits number of files I would like to add?
  • Does SCSC check for punctuation errors?
  • Does SCSC check comments? How about identifiers?
  • Does SCSC check for spelling errors in executable files?
  • What programming languages does SCSC support?
  • My language is not supported. Any way SCSC can check spelling for me?
  • Can I run SCSC from command line and suppress its GUI?

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    Q:Why SCSC limits number of files I would like to add?
    A:This is a limitation of a free version of SCSC. Buy SCSC on our website (www.softario.com) to remove this limitation.
     
     
    Q:Does SCSC check for punctuation errors?
    A:No, grammar and punctuation checks are not supported at this time.
     
     
    Q:Does SCSC check comments? How about identifiers?
    A:Yes, SCSC does both. You can specify any subset of the three modes - Language (user-visible strings), Comments, and Code (variables, classes, functions etc.)
     
     
    Q:Does SCSC check for spelling errors in executable files?
    A:No, only source files written in one of the supported high level programming languages.
     
     
    Q:What programming languages does SCSC support?
    A:C/C++, C#, Visual Basic, VBScript, HTML, JavaScript, Java, PHP, Perl, Assembly, Verilog.
     
     
    Q:My language is not supported. Any way SCSC can check spelling for me?
    A:Yes, now it's possible. Read User-Defined Languages help page to see how.
     
     
    Q:Can I run SCSC from command line and suppress its GUI?
    A:Yes, you can. Click here for the list of options or simply open command prompt in SCSC installation folder and run "scsc --help" for options.
     

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