Today’s Visual Studio IDE overview is a hodgepodge of ideas … first, Bob explains how to use code snippets to speed up your typing of commonly used structures like creating properties and popular decision and iteration structures. Second, he demonstrates the flexibility of the main area, showing how to manage tab groups in multiple panes, slitting a single code pane, and arranging tabs. Finally, he builds on your debugging skills by introducing the immediate window to display values using the ? operator, and shows how the immediate window allows you to modify variables in memory while the application is paused in debug mode.
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