I have just installed VS 2010 Premium on my Windows Vista Machine.
I noticed that in VS2008 when I typed for eg ” Public property MyProperty() as string ” and pressed the enter
I was getting automatically the expected result. Meaning by that , that VS2008 was generating for me the rest of the code.
getting the below.
Public Property MyProperty() As String
Set(ByVal value As String)
In Visual Studio 2010 I am not getting this anymore. What happened ? Is this feature still working in VS 2010 ?
What should I do to enable this ?
In addition to what YiChun said you can still get the expanded property declaration, which you might want if you intend to code some logic in the Get and Set. See