Posts Tagged ‘Introducing’

String.Format-specific refactorings shipped in Refactor! Pro

August 31st, 2011 Comments off

Refactor! Pro provides several refactorings to create and organize the .NET String.Format call. The String.Format call is a static method that receives a string that specifies where the following arguments should be inserted, and how they should be formatted. You can specify the display options for each argument individually using the String.Format call.

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Refactorings – Introduce Alias

April 18th, 2011 Comments off

The Introduce Alias refactoring creates an identifier that serves as an alias for a namespace or type within the active source file. The alias directive can provide much neater and organized code. When several namespaces contain a matching class name, alias can also help to avoid a name conflict (ambiguous reference) without using the fully qualified type names, which improves overall code readability.

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