Context Actions for Visual Basic .NET
ReSharper provides the following context actions for VB.NET:
|Add new argument to interpolation|
Adds new argument to interpolation and converts string to interpolation if necessary
|Add new format item|
Adds new format item to format string and new argument to Format method invocation For more information, see code analysis and helpers for string literals.
|Add other accessor(s)|
Adds missing accessor to a property or any missing accessors to an event.
|Annotate with 'value can be null' attribute|
Annotates with 'value can be null' attribute. The attribute can be configured via external annotations. For more information, see using context actions to add annotation attributes.
|Annotate with 'value cannot be null' attribute|
Annotates with 'value cannot be null' attribute. The attribute can be configured via external annotations. For more information, see using context actions to add annotation attributes.
|Change member visibility|
Available on an access modifier keyword and allows changing access rights of a declaration.
|Convert 'For Each' to 'For' on variable loop|
Works on 'For Each' statements executed on a collection that allows direct access to its elements by index. It converts such 'For Each' statement to 'For' on variable statement.
|Convert 'Function' to 'Sub'|
Converts 'Function' to 'Sub' removing 'As' clause.
|Convert 'If' statement to 'Select Case' statement|
Works on 'If' statement that compares value of an expression with one or more constants. It converts such 'If' statement into a 'Select Case' statement.
|Convert iterator to method|
Converts iterator to method or property with List<T> fill or array return
|Convert 'Sub' to 'Function'|
Converts 'Sub' to 'Function' adding 'As' clause.
|Convert to implicitly typed local variable declaration|
Converts local variable declaration to implicitly typed declaration.
|Convert to string interpolation|
Converts regular string to interpolation.
|Convert to string interpolation|
Converts string.Format call to string interpolation even in case that could change control flow.
|Create overload without parameter|
Creates overload without given parameter. Invokes current member.
|Implement abstract member|
Works on an interface member or an abstract member. Searches for classes where this member needs to be implemented and allows implementing it in one of them.
|Implement virtual member|
Works on a virtual member. Searches for classes where this member can be implemented and allows implementing it in one or all of them.
|Initialize auto-property from constructor parameter|
Optionally creates and initializes auto-property from constructor parameter
|Initialize field from constructor parameter|
Optionally creates and initializes field from constructor parameter
|Insert inferred type arguments|
Inserts method's inferred type arguments.
|Introduce variable from expression statement|
Introduces variable from expression statement
|Invert 'If' statement|
Inverts guard condition of an 'If' statement and swaps the branches' code accordingly.
|Iterate via 'For Each'|
Works on an expression of System.ICollection type or other expression whose value can be iterated with 'foreach' statement. Generates a 'For Each' statement iterating the expression.
|Join local variable declaration and assignment|
Works on an assignment to a variable that was declared without initializer. Moves the declaration to the current point and merges it with the assignment.
|Match file name with type name|
Renames current file to match the name of the only top-level type declared therein.
|Merge nested 'If' statements|
Merges two nested 'If' statements to a single 'If' statement that checks conjunction of the original conditions.
|Move type to another file to match its name|
Moves current type to another file so that its name matches the name of the type.
|Remove format item|
Removes format string item and proper formatting method argument For more information, see code analysis and helpers for string literals.
|Replace auto-property with backing field|
Replaces auto-property with property that utilizes backing field. For more information, see using auto-properties
|Replace backing field with auto-property|
Replaces property that utilizes backing field with auto-property. For more information, see using auto-properties
|Reverse assignment statement|
Reverses source and destination parts of an assignment statement.
|Specify type in local variable declaration|
Explicitly specifies type in implicitly typed local variable declaration.
|Split declaration list|
Works on variable declaration statement that declares multiple variables. It splits such statement into multiple statements each declaring a single variable.
|Split local variable declaration and assignment|
Moves variable initializer from declaration statement to separate assignment statement.
|Split string literal|
Splits string literal into two literals.
|Splits 'If' statement to nested statements|
Works on 'If' statement whose condition is conjunction ('AndAlso') of two simpler conditions. It converts such 'If' statement into two nested 'If' statements.
|Surround with format|
Surrounds string with String.Format() call.
|Surround with 'With'|
Surrounds block with 'With' construct.
|Use format string|
Converts concatenation of a few strings and other objects to the use of string.Format method. For more information, see code analysis and helpers for string literals.
|Use string interpolation|
Converts concatenation of a few strings and other objects to the use of string interpolation.