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Robert asked on 26 Sep 2006, 05:47 PM
When I code in C#, lets say I'm doing something simple:

string bob = "asdf"

bo

Right at that point when I'm typing "bo" then an intellisense window will pop down and suggest "bob" It's sweet.  Unfortunately, in VB.NET, this won't happen. 

dim bob as string = "asdf"

bo

It sits there.... does nothing.  If I press "CTRL-SPACE" and then start typing bob THEN it will work.  Since I don't feel like developing arthritis anytime soon I was wondering if there was a way to make VB.NET work just like C# in this way so I dont have to keep pressing CTRL-SPACE.

Thanks,

Robert

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Mostafa Anoosheh
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answered on 20 Jun 2007, 08:28 AM
Hello Robert,
You will find this useful JetBrains Resharper 3.0 

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Mostafa Anoosheh
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