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The Duplicate line tool is useful when you need to create similar lines in the code. For instance, you are going to declare a number of string fields. You can declare each field manually, but that will take too much time. The other method is to create a single declaration, and duplicate it with Duplicate Line. Place the cursor on the line to be duplicated, and press SHIFT+ENTER. CodeRush Classic will duplicate the line and select the field name in the new line.
|Field||Duplicates the declaration.|
|Initialized Field||Duplicates an initialized field declaration (bringing the initialization to the new line).|
|Initialized Integer Field||Duplicates integer fields initialized to an integer value. The initialized value is incremented by one for the duplicated line.|
|Event||Duplicates event declarations.|
|Method (Interface)||Duplicates method declarations when inside an interface.|
|Property (Interface)||Duplicates property declarations when inside an interface.|
|Using||Duplicates using statements.|
|if (aa is bb)||Matches if-expressions checking to see if object ooo is of type ttt. Declares a new local variable of type ttt, initialized to ooo (typecast as ttt).|
|Assignment Statement||Duplicates an assignment statement.|
|Flagged Enum Element||Duplicates an initialized element of an enumeration, doubling the initialized value on the next line.|
You can customize existing Duplicate Line templates and create new ones in the Duplicate Line page of CodeRush Classic Options.