10-20-2014 04:33 AM
I don't think so. The reason being is that macro code isn't actually code until it has been parsed by the pre-processor. Simplest way is to write your code, then copy over to a macro and change for parameters.
01-27-2017 03:03 PM
I recently inherited some code when I changed jobs.
There was a large macro as the main process. It had a rather annoying %macro _; %mend _; at the end of the %macro line.
It wasn't until I deleted them that I realised that all of the code within the macro had the keywords colour coded.
Reinstating them made the colours return!
%macro stuff(); %macro _; %mend _;
Does this help?