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Old January 14th, 2009, 04:17 AM
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I have tried Eclipse IDE when I practice with Java programming, and I am so appreciated with editor features:

1- When I click on any variable name, example counter, so all counter variables are highlighted in the code editor. so it is easy to know where counter variables are used.
2- Ctrl + Click on any variable name or any method name, Eclipse IDE will bring you to its definition part.

My question is: Microsoft Visual Studio could help developer to do like that also or not? How?


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Hi there,

You can do this (and much, much more) with the plugins Code Rush and Refactor! from DevExpress, available here: www.devexpress.com.

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