Specifies the options how strings are encoded to the file.
Specifies if the strings are quoted. Possible values are:
|None||No quoting is done. Strings are written as they are.|
|Single (')||Strings are quoted using single quotion marks.
|Double (")||Strings are quoted using double quotion marks.
In some situations one of the above values might not be available.
Specifies the escape method how line feed, carriage return and other special characters are encoded.
Specifies the characters that start comment line. There can be any number of comment characters. Comments in a Ini file are always single line comment that start with a comment character and ends to the next new line. The default comment characters value is " ;#" that means that both ; and # characters can be used to mark comments. For example:
# This is a comment
# Another comment
The above Ini files uses # as a comment character and the sample contains two comments.
If checked white space characters are removed between the separator character (=) and the value. For example
Sample = This is a sample
" This is a sample" if the check box is unchecked and
"This is a sample" if it is checked.
If checked each section of the file is show as a corresponding node in the project tree. If unchecked there will be only one node in the project tree for whole file.