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Add Field Wizard in VS 2003, not in 2005?

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DP
Hi all

I'm doing an online course in C#. Problem is, the course assumes
Visual Studio 2003 and I only have access to Visual Studio 2005. For a
lot of things this doesn't matter (too much), but sometimes the
differences cause me problems.

Right now, I'm trying to find the equivalent of 2003's "C# Add Field
Wizard". But I can't.

Can anyone help, or point me to a resource that might be useful?

TIA

Sep 27 '06 #1
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DP,

Where is that wizard in VS2003? I haven't heard of it.
What is it suppose to do?
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Stoitcho Goutsev (100)

"DP" <dp@wrote in message
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Hi all

I'm doing an online course in C#. Problem is, the course assumes
Visual Studio 2003 and I only have access to Visual Studio 2005. For a
lot of things this doesn't matter (too much), but sometimes the
differences cause me problems.

Right now, I'm trying to find the equivalent of 2003's "C# Add Field
Wizard". But I can't.

Can anyone help, or point me to a resource that might be useful?

TIA

Sep 27 '06 #2

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DP,

Ignore my previous post. I found it. It is in the Class view tool that I
frankly have never used. It look also that they took it off VS2005 maybe
because no one used it (jsut a guess). Frankly I don't see a point of having
this wizard since this is just one line of code (couple of words). Wzard for
adding anything else - class, method, event, property, etc makes more sense
sense there is more code to generate. VS2005 now have these refactoring
tools that one can use instead for some of the task.
--
Stoitcho Goutsev (100)

"DP" <dp@wrote in message
news:c8********************************@4ax.com...
Hi all

I'm doing an online course in C#. Problem is, the course assumes
Visual Studio 2003 and I only have access to Visual Studio 2005. For a
lot of things this doesn't matter (too much), but sometimes the
differences cause me problems.

Right now, I'm trying to find the equivalent of 2003's "C# Add Field
Wizard". But I can't.

Can anyone help, or point me to a resource that might be useful?

TIA

Sep 27 '06 #3

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DP
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 11:05:44 -0400, "Stoitcho Goutsev \(100\)"
<10*@100.comwrote:
>DP,

Ignore my previous post. I found it. It is in the Class view tool that I
frankly have never used. It look also that they took it off VS2005 maybe
because no one used it (jsut a guess). Frankly I don't see a point of having
this wizard since this is just one line of code (couple of words). Wzard for
adding anything else - class, method, event, property, etc makes more sense
sense there is more code to generate. VS2005 now have these refactoring
tools that one can use instead for some of the task.

You're probably right. Being a newbie at this plus trying to work
between the two different versions makes it rather painful.
However, I've now discovered the Class designer and that seems to
cover my problem and a lot more besides. I found this helpful:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/to...lassDesign.htm

Back to the struggle...
Sep 27 '06 #4

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