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Auto generation of Properties (Shortcut keys)

Posted By: Asim Sajjad     Posted Date: October 24, 2010    Points: 2   Category :WPF
 
In this post I give you some useful tips for auto generation of the properties.The code snippet which is quite useful are

1. prop
2. propa
3. propdp
4. propfull
5. propg


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