Postfix code completion allows you to focus on your data, rather than the syntax. When you
type a dot (
.) or an arrow (
->) after an expression, ReSharper C++
will suggest free functions that would accept that expression as the first parameter.
If you accept the suggestion, ReSharper C++ rewrites your code so that the expression
is passed as the first argument.
ReSharper C++ gets some postfix template goodness as well. Postfix templates can help
you transform expressions without the need to go back in the code.
You can now quickly wrap an expression with one of the following templates: