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CodeRush Selection Increase

August 16th, 2010 Comments off

Selection Increase is a command for a quick selection of continuous logical code blocks. For example, if the caret is inside an expression, you can quickly expand the selection so it entirely holds the expression. The ability to quickly define a selection around a logical block is useful for refactoring. For example, if you’d like to extract a piece of code into a method or property – the Selection Increase will help you define your code block for extraction very quickly. You can also use it to quickly select code you want to move to another location or select any member and/or type declarations. Just place the caret at the beginning of the declaration you want to select, and press the shortcut. This command is bound to NUM+ key or Ctrl+W key. After increasing a selection, you can reduce it using the Selection Reduce command by pressing the NUM- key.

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CodeRush Pro selection features

August 3rd, 2010 Comments off

CodeRush Pro includes several intelligent features for selecting and converting the selected code more efficiently.

Camel Case Select

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).

Quick Comment/Uncomment

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.

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