Edit Template Variables Dialog
Use this dialog box to create and edit expressions for variables in the selected live template.
On this page:
|Name||In this text box, view or edit the variable name in the format |
|Expression||In this text box, specify the expression to have the value of the corresponding template input field calculated automatically.
This expression may contain constructs of the following basic types:
Type an expression manually or select a predefined function from the drop-down list. The list shows also the number and type of parameters, if any, for the selected function. The available functions are listed alphabetically in the Functions table.
|Default value||In this text box, specify the default string to be entered in the corresponding input field of the
expanded template, if the expression does not give any result after calculation.
Note that a default value of a variable is an expression that can refer to other live template variables. To define the default value as a literal, enclose it in quotation marks.
|Skip if defined||Select this check box to have CLion proceed with the next input field, if the value of the current input field is defined.|
|Move Up / Move Down||Use these buttons to change the order of variables in the list. The order of variables in the table determines the order in which CLion will switch between the corresponding input fields when the template is expanded.|
Predefined Functions to Use in Live Template Variables
|Returns the string passed as a parameter, converted to camel case. For example,
|Capitalizes the first letter of the name passed as a parameter.|
|Capitalizes the all letters of a CamelCase name passed as a parameter, and inserts an underscore
between the parts. For example, if the string passed as a parameter is |
|This expression substitutes for the class name completion at the variable position.|
|Returns the contents of the system clipboard.|
|Returns CamelCase string out of snake_case string. For example, if the string passed as a parameter is
|This expression substitutes for the code completion invocation at the variable position.|
|This expression substitutes for the smart type completion invocation at the variable position.|
Returns the current system date in the specified format.
By default, the current date is returned in the default system format. However, if you specify date format in double quotes, the date will be presented in this format:
|Replaces the first letter of the name passed as a parameter with the corresponding lowercase letter.|
|List of comma-delimited strings suggested for completion at the template invocation.|
|Escapes the specified string.|
|Returns file name with extension.|
|Returns file name without extension.|
|Returns the first word of the string passed as a parameter.|
|Returns the current line number.|
|Returns lower case separated by dashes, of the string passed as a parameter. For example, the string
|Returns a list of visible objects that contain the member functions, listed as parameters.|
|Declares the left-side variable with a type of the right-side expression. It is used in the iterations group to have a single template for generating both raw-type and Generics Collections.|
|Returns snake_case string out of CamelCase string passed as a parameter.|
|Returns string separated with spaces out of CamelCase string passed as a parameter. For example, if the
string passed as a parameter is |
|Suggests the name of an index variable. Returns |
|Suggests the name for a variable based on the variable type and its initializer expression,
according to your code style settings that refer to the variable naming rules.|
For example, if it is a variable that holds an element within iteration, CLion makes a guess on the most reasonable names, also taking into account the name of the container being iterated.
|Doesn't suggest |
|Returns the current system time.|
|Returns the string passed as a parameter with CamelHump letters substituting for underscores.
For example, if the string passed as a parameter is |
|Returns the string passed as a parameter with spaces substituting for underscores.|
|Returns the name of the current user.|
|Returns a variable that is an instance of object used as a range-expression in a loop.|
|Returns a variables that is an instance of object that contain |