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VS TnT #3: Copying entire line with lifting only two fingers!

Nov 15

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Monday, November 15, 2010 9:48 PM  RssIcon

Visual Studio Tips'n'TricksEver want to copy a whole line?  What do you do?  I'll bet you do like 99% of the other developers do and select the entire line?  Read on for a faster way!

Visual Studio Tips'n'TricksTip'n'Trick: copying the current line FAST, zoom zoom!

Shortcut: CTRL+C (really, ya, that's it, CTRL+C)

Da "Peter" version (aka, ya, da verbose one)

You're looking at copying entire line, quick what do you do?  If you said you reach for the mouse to SHIFT+select the entire line, you're just working too hard!  As long as you don't have anything currently selected, you can just hit CTRL+C!  Yes, that's it!  As long as there's nothing selected, you're good to go!

Try it out, I know you'll be surprised!  Now you know how to copy an entire line like Sly Fox's music career, short'n'sweet, it's time to grab a coffee and get coding!

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