Code Snippets and short cuts

What is code snippets?

Code snippets are small blocks of reusable code that can be inserted in a code file using a combination of hotkeys. It help us to speed up to type the code by using some initial characters and tab key complete the rest for us.

Here is the list of some useful and available snippets

Try Catch: type try and press Tab

try
{

}
catch (Exception)
{
  throw;
}    

Try finally: type tryf and press Tab

try 
{

} 
finally
{

}

if: type if and press Tab, and else for else part

if (true)
{

}
else 

calss: type class and press Tab

class MyClass
{

} 

Console.WriteLine: type cw and press Tab

Console.WriteLine();

do while: type do and press Tab

do
{

} while (true);

for: type for and press Tab

for (int i = 0; i < length; i++)
{

}    

Similarly for foreach

MVC ActionResult: type mvcaction and press Tab

public ActionResult Action()
{
    return View();
}

Check these Exception, forr, indexer, iterindex, mbox and mvcpostaction by yourselft and see the result

Ali Adravi Having 13+ years of experience in Microsoft Technologies (C#, ASP.Net, MVC and SQL Server). Worked with Metaoption LLC, for more than 9 years and still with the same company. Always ready to learn new technologies and tricks.
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