Classes and structures are the heart of building an object-oriented application. Learn how to look a existing types with the class view. It provides a view of your class layout and hierarchy. See how to use the class view to look as type members and use it to navigate to the class code..
- Classes and structures are the heart of building…an object-oriented application.…If you're looking at existing classes,…you can navigate through your class structure…with the Class View.…For this demonstration,…I'm using a project called Using Class View…that has a number of classes.…They're all listed here.…Some of these are classes.…Some of these are other types.…And then, I've got another class here…in this Data Services folder called Data Shuttle.…Now of course you know,…in Visual Studio, you can double-click on these files…to open them up and look at them in the code editor.…
But today we're looking at the Class View,…which gives us a slightly different view of the classes.…Class View is usually here, next to the Solution Explorer.…If you do not see it, choose View, Class View.…This is what the Class View looks like.…At the top of the Class View is our project.…When I expand the project,…I can see the Project References.…These are the external references I'm using,…and then below that I have the three namespaces…
- Exploring the code editor window and default settings
- Commenting code
- Using hover tips and IntelliSense
- Tracking changes
- Refactoring code
- Formatting and arranging code
- Navigating and inspecting code
- Using the Task List
- Working with snippets and smart tags
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