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CodeRush Pro selection features
CodeRush Pro includes several intelligent features for selecting and converting the selected code more efficiently.
If you need to select one or more words from inside a camel-case identifier, just use the Shift key along with the Camel Case Nav keys (Alt+Shift+Left/Right).
The feature adds the capability to quickly comment or uncomment a multi-line block of code (or any text in the code editor) via a single shortcut. Only one shortcut is used to comment and uncomment of the current selection.
With the help of the Multi-Select feature you can create multiple selections in the source code or a typical text in the active Visual Studio text document.
This is a command to increase the selection by logical blocks (Alt+Shift+=).
If you accidentally overshoot the block you want to select, you can reduce the selection by logical blocks using Alt+Shift+–.
Embeds a selected code section into an appropriate block, according to your preference.
Takes an existing selected block of code and replaces it with the code that is the opposite of the original.
If you need to cut or copy an identifier to the clipboard, there’s no need to select it with CodeRush Pro. Just place the caret on the identifier and press the cut or copy key (e.g., Ctrl+X, Shift+Delete, Ctrl+C, or Ctrl+Insert).
Once you have an identifier on the clipboard, you can move the caret to a different identifier and replace it with the one on the clipboard using Ctrl+B shortcut. This Paste Replace command will select the identifier at the caret before pasting in the contents of the clipboard.
Products: CodeRush Pro
Versions: 12.1 and up
VS IDEs: 2008 and up