A project file is used to speed up the process of loading multiple source code files, especially when the source files are saved in different directories. Project files support a list of files, their scrolling position and caret position, a primary file, the active tab, breakpoints, bookmarks, command line list, and the debug Watch list. When the IDE is closed, any open tabs are saved as a default project. When you open a project file all the individual source code files are opened in the IDE. There is no limit to the number of files that may make up a project.
A project file is saved with an extension of .CCPRJ extension, unless the list of project file extensions has been modified, see the Editor Preferences topic for information on modifying the extensions used for project files.
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