Box Selection is a feature of the Visual Studio Editor. It lets you select and edit sections of your text/code by using a rectangular box selector.
- [Instructor] Box Selection is a feature…of the Visual Studio Editor.…It lets you select and edit sections of your text or code…by using a rectangular box selector.…For this example, I'm looking at this C sharp code…in the method where I have declared…a number of double variables…and I have decided that I don't want it to be…double type anymore.…I want it to be the decimal type.…I'm sure you have your favorite way…of handling this situation.…One way would be to type in a new value here…and do it on every line…or you could use to Find and Replace utility…to run through and look for all instances of double…and replace that with decimal.…
Find and Replace works okay but it's a little bit…trickier here when you look at the end of this…line of code where I've got this literal number.…145.00…That's considered to be a double…by Visual Studio and I need to add the M suffix here.…Which is easy to do manually typing.…It's harder to do this when you're working…with the Find and Replace utility.…I'd have to look for this number,…
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