S T R U C T O R I Z E R - User Guide
Settings > Operators in C style?

Since version 3.30-11 there is a new display mode for diagrams presenting all operators in C-style syntax, provided syntax highlighting is active. The mode can be switched on via the Diagram menu:

Diagram menu with C-style menu item selected

If enabled then the following conversions will be done on displaying the diagrams (unmodified operators not listed):

Operator conversion table for highlighted display

Please note that this mode does not alter the supported syntax for Structorizer elements, i.e. you will still have to enter the character combinations shown in the operator table of the Syntax section, e.g. to achieve a functional assignment in a diagram you need to write <- or :=. To use a simple equality sign (=) to assign values as in C and similar languages will not work. The mode only changes the apparition.

In order to reduce confusion, a display mode indicator was integrated in the toolbar (a tooltip explains the mode when the cursor is hovering over the indicator icon):

A diagram in C-style operator display mode

If the C-style operator display mode is off then the icon is grayed out (the tooltip of the disabled icon will still name the menu path where you may switch the mode on):

A diagram in standard operator display mode

From version 3.30-14 on, the operator conversion will also apply to the popups showing the syntax-highlighted element text in display mode Switch text/comments.