Thread: Typing the Object-Type

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    Typing the Object-Type

    Personally I like C#'s style over VB.NET but when coding It hurts that I have to type the entire Object-Type then the var name without intellisense, whereas VB.NET
    Dim x as **Intellisense Here**

    Is there a way around this or something I could do to enjoy my coding a bit more ?


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    You can activate IntelliSense manually by pressing Ctrl-Space. So if you need IntelliSense in your variable declaration, go get it ;-)

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