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Using the VFPX Code Analyst

The Code Analyst is a tool in VFPX designed to make FoxPro application development and code maintenance easier. It combines the extensibility with a Code references-like interface, analyzing pieces of code or entire projects and identifying key areas for refactoring - similar to the Code Analysis tool in Visual Studio.

You can identify your own project rules to highlight key areas of your application that may not match your own coding standards.

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