In this section, you will learn about the Valuation Editor
After the Valuation Editor starts successfully, it is displayed as in the fig. 96.
The Valuation Editor workspace is divided into the items numbered in the fig. 96, as follows:
|1||Menu bar||Contains functions grouped in dropdown menus.|
|2||Toolbar||Contains functions as shorcut icons such as to create files or directories and to manage the content of the clipboard.|
|3||Explorer||Shown is the Project Explorer. The tab bar at the top provides access to the different explorers, such as the Commands Explorer and the Tests Explorer.|
|4||Log area||Provides access to different logs and consoles, such as the Event Log, the Terminal, or the Debug console.|
|5||File editor||This is the main item of the Valuation Editor. Here you write code in plain text or build workflows in a graphical user interface.|
|6||Command bar||Allows you to define custom commands and monitor their execution.|
In the Project Explorer (no. 3 in fig. 96) you navigate through the directories and files of your workspace.