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looking for utility that comment out class's methods body

Hi,

I am looking for a utility that make classes to a skeleton classes,
i mean to comment out the class's methods body and just leave all the
methods with return value of null/0/void.

or other way to comment out all the references to the class from the other
code files.

Thanks.

Dec 8 '05 #1
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Apparently there's something in VS that lets you do this but it's not
visible at first, you have to find it and add it to your toolbar or
something - I've never seen it but I heard someone talking about it the
other day.

yaron wrote:
Hi,

I am looking for a utility that make classes to a skeleton classes,
i mean to comment out the class's methods body and just leave all the
methods with return value of null/0/void.

or other way to comment out all the references to the class from the other
code files.

Thanks.

Dec 8 '05 #2

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