Posts Tagged ‘Implementers’

CodeRush code generation features for declaring types

June 1st, 2012 Comments off

The following code declaration features are available in CodeRush for generating new type declarations (in alphabetical order). Click on the name to learn more about a specific code provider.

Create Ancestor

Creates an ancestor class for an active type. Active type becomes a descendant of the created ancestor class.

Create Descendant

Creates a descendant class providing overrides for abstract members.

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Creating interface implementers with CodeRush

June 1st, 2012 2 comments

A class that implements an interface should implement all members of that interface. Members of implemented interfaces can be declared in two ways: implicit or explicit. That is why there are two versions of the Create Implementer code provider in CodeRush:

  • Create Implementer (implicit)
  • Create Implementer (explicit)

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