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    Many thanks Norm for your greath work!

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    I am adding the wavy red underlines to FL and am using for a spelling reference the words in explorer as well as the PDS keywords however there appears to be many more words used in PDS of which the compiler has use of such as
    "PPS_Input(cIn_Pin_RP15, cIn_Fn_U1RX)", T1, T2 etc.

    Is there a complete list of compiler and Microchip words beyond the keywords in order to avoid underlining them?

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