Here's a common frustration that developers encounter in VS. You've got some documents open in the document editor. Now you want to find the related files in the Solution Explorer. This tips explores way to quickly get to the file.
- [Instructor] Here's a common frustration…that developers encounter in Visual Studio.…You've got some documents open in the document editor.…Now you want to find the related files…in the Solution Explorer.…For instance, I've got this Bus.cs file…and this Ticket.cs file, so I'd like to find those files.…That requires me to go over to the solution.…In this case I've got three projects in the solution,…but imagine if you have a bigger set of projects.…And then you have to look manually through the files.…
Is it in here?…No.…Is it in CourseLib?…Maybe, I'll have to check this folder.…Okay, there is the Ticket.cs file,…and then the Bus file is here.…You get the point.…You have to manually look through this.…There are other tools that make it easier to find this…instead of just manually looking through it,…and one of them is this search box…at the top of Solution Explorer.…So let me collapse all these nodes.…I'll go to the search and I'll type in ticket.…Press Enter, and what happens is the Solution Explorer…is filtered down, so now it's only showing the items…
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