Visual Studio IDE – Format Document

19 01 2009

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When we write large line of codes it is necessary to keep the readability of the code. The curly braces “{}” should be arranged in proper order, tab spacing should be same for the codes within a pair of opening and closing braces and etc. etc.

In Visual Studio there is a feature called Format Document which will align the code systematically.  There have different methods to do this. I am going to describe one of them.howcanidoit16

 

 

The following method mentions how to align the code within a pair of curly braces. For that first of all place the cursor just before or after the one of the curly braces ( “{” or ” }” ). Then press the key combination Ctrl+Shift+}, now the codes enclosing the pair of curly braces become selected. Then press the key combination Alt+F8. Now the code looks pretty organized.right? 🙂

Suppose our code looks like,

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Press the key combinations, now the code looks aligned 🙂
 

 

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If you want to format only a selected section of the code.  Select the  area you want to format and press Alt+F8.

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4 responses

6 04 2010
Jerry Ball

Good one, Sanoop!

Jerry

7 04 2010
Sanoop S P

Thank you Jerry.

10 06 2012
Oscar

Gracias hermano . desde Perú

27 06 2012
Sanoop S P

You are welcome

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