Templates library includes multiple templates for quick member declaration. These templates are available when the caret is inside a class body, but outside methods and properties. Most member declaration templates are complex and consist of two parts — the kind of member and its type. The table below shows examples of member declaration templates.
If you need to force the creation of a static member, Uppercase the first letter of the required template. For example, the "Ms" template creates the static method that returns a string.
To access the full list of types or add a new one, refer to the Editor | All Languages | Template Name Variablesoptions page.
The following tables list the main types you can use in templates.