can i modify the code intelligence behavior?

the way visual assist does in code intelligence is the best. for example, if i want to type in ".WriteLine", i just need to type the "WriLi", and the "writeLine" comes out. this can make coding really fast, 'cause many times we would miss some chars when typing.
but neither vs nor resharper can do that. if resharper can do that, i can totally abandon visual assist.

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Hello Kevin
     ReSharper can already do that. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

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JetBrains, Inc

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imKevinYang wrote:

the way visual assist does in code intelligence is the best. for example, if i want to type in ".WriteLine", i just need to type the "WriLi", and the "writeLine" comes out. this can make coding really fast, 'cause many times we would miss some chars when typing.
but neither vs nor resharper can do that. if resharper can do that, i can totally abandon visual assist.



Visual assist has the advantage it can match wildcards, e.g. "bar" matches both "Foobar" and "bar", maybe this is what you are referring to (rather than CamelHumps as in the example) ?

*Edit: Oh maybe writeLine method isn't recognized in RS since w character is lower case?

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That is great!!!

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but it seems that vs2010 already support that feature.

update: not 100% support, it can only do 'contain' logic.

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