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Where do i find .NET class libary in Visual studio?


Hi!

Where do i find .NET class libary in Visual studio? I mean if you would like
to browse through the classes and members. Or if you want to search fr specific
classes or members.

Thanks in advance.
Jacob

"Jacob" <jac@mailcity.com> wrote in message

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> Where do i find .NET class libary in Visual studio? I mean if you would
> like
> to browse through the classes and members. Or if you want to search fr
> specific
> classes or members.

View, Object Browser

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Jacob wrote:
> Where do i find .NET class libary in Visual studio? I mean if you
> would like to browse through the classes and members. Or if you want
> to search fr specific classes or members.

Hi,

If you don't already have it, I recommend installing Reflector:
http://www.aisto.com/roeder/dotnet/

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Patrick Philippot - Microsoft MVP
MainSoft Consulting Services
www.mainsoft.fr

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Hi,

"Jacob" <jac@mailcity.com> wrote in message

news:465d5bee$0$14247$ba620e4c@news.skynet.be...

> Hi!

> Where do i find .NET class libary in Visual studio? I mean if you would
> like
> to browse through the classes and members. Or if you want to search fr
> specific
> classes or members.

Object Browser ( Ctrl + ALT + J ) , but I think that you better use the MSDN
library, you will get a better help about the methods and how to use them.
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