Expands common block structures (if, for, var, ...) when the initial keyword is typed. For example, when "if" is typed followed by a space, SlickEdit inserts the parentheses for the condition and the braces. You can define additional structures to be expanded.
SlickEdit's Defs Tab gives you a powerful overview of the currrent file, showing all the functions and globals in a file and highlights the function that the cursor is currently in. Double clicking an item will take you there immediately. List items alphabetically or by line number.
For C/C++ this support goes to the statement level.
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When you press Enter in SlickEdit, the cursor does not just go to the beginning of the line. It goes where it belongs. This works even for complicated statements.