I was doing some coding today when I discovered something very slick about Telerik’s JustCode tool I just had to share.
I needed to add a property to a class, and my coding style puts private properties and their public accessors in separate #regions. I added the private member to the “Private Properties” region, and decided to let Just Code stub it out for me, expecting it to generate the public property directly beneath my private variable. I figured I would just copy and paste it into the appropriate region.
Imagine my surprise when instead of generating the code beneath my variable, it popped up inside my “Public Properties” region!
I thought that this might be a fluke, so I added a few test regions in between to see if it was just grabbing the first one after it. Sure enough, however, it popped right back into the right region!
It’s the little things, you know?
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