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Visual Studio .NET IDE -- Removing C#/++ Case Sensitivity?

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by quantass, Sep 9, 2003.

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  1. quantass

    quantass Thread Starter

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    Im using Visual Studio .NET 2003 for WIndows 2000 Pro. So far the IDE and languages have been a joy to understand however, being a Visual Basic 6 developer I always appreciated its IDE for "auto-correcting" the letter caseing of my variables:
    ===
    Dim myVarsInt as Integer

    myvarsint = 1 <-- As soon as I hit the equals sign "myvarsint" changes to "myVarsInt"
    ===

    Is there some plugin which can do the same within C# or C++? I cant say I've ever met a developer who actually uses the same variable name but distinguishes thru caseing. Talk about begging for trouble.
     
  2. Gibble

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    Your going to have to get used to case sensitivity, besides, it's a good habit for readabity to get into now. :)
     
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