Visual Studio C# Code Snippet List

C# Code Snippets are a very useful feature provided by VisualStudio IDE. The post Visual Studio 2012 IDE versions have a unique coding experience where a developer can use the C# code snippet (usually called a short form of the code) typed will insert the common code constructs/fragments. This helps rapid code development by minimizing the keystrokes. For example, you want to create a new class, and then you would need to type “class” followed by class name and open the braces and close the braces. But if you use the C# code snippet by typing “class” followed by the TAB key twice will create the class template automatically.


Visual Studio C# Code Snippet List:

namespace: The Namespace



class: The Class



ctor: The Constructor



interface: The Interface



property: The Property field



propfull: The Property field full



sim: The Static in Main function



svm: The static void main



cw: The Console.WriteLine function




if: The If statement



else: The Else statement



do: The do loop statement



while: The While loop statement



for: The For loop statement



foreach: The Foreach statement



try: The Try statement



tryf: The Tryf statement



lock: The Lock statement



switch: The Switch statement



using: The Using statement




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