In your source you check if a string.startsWith('!')
Is there a special reason for it, because i need to find the ! sign with regex and display it
Yes, the special reason for it is, that all header infos
of ctags start with that character, and I have to skip them.
Stuff like this:
What language is it that your trying to parse?
The next version will filter with line.StartsWith("!_TAG_") instead.