Indicated items shall be corrected when the program is compiled.
Microsoft BASIC Syntax
This items indicate that programs written in Microsoft syntax should be corrected or not.
These settings shall be kept until BASIC is launched next time.
Inserting LET does not work for identifiers that coincide with keywords of Full BASIC.
The process to correct MOD-operators and \-operators shall be asked when the compiler meet them.
Symbols that variables have at the tail such as %, !, # are not modified.
Syntax that handles a comparison or logical operation as a numerical operation cannot be corrected.
Obsolete Minimal BASIC
Check this item when you want to modify programs written in Minimal BASIC into Full BASIC.（Detail）
This need to be checked if you want to modify programs written Microsoft BASIC.
These settings shall not be kept.
"insert OPTION BASE 0" must be unchecked when you run Full BASIC programs.
When this option is checked, or is pressed, OPTION ANGLE DEGREES shall be inserted if the program unit contains a trigonometric function.
If the program unit already has OPTION ANGLE, modification shall not be executed.
If syntax option has been set to Microsoft compatible, the setting here shall be ignored.
This setting shall not be kept.
If this item is checked, programs shall be indented when they are compiled.
This option has no effect the syntax option has been set to Microsoft compatible.
This setting shall be kept until BASIC is launched next time.