What key shortcuts are to comment and uncomment code?
Keyboard accelerators are configurable. You can find out which keyboard accelerators are bound to a command in
Tools -> Options on the
Environment -> Keyboard page.
These commands are named Edit.CommentSelection and Edit.UncommentSelection.
(With my settings, these are bound to Ctrl+K, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+K, Ctrl+U. I would guess that these are the defaults, at least in the C++ defaults, but I don't know for sure. The best way to find out is to check your settings.)Автор: James McNellis Размещён: 22.08.2012 05:27
You can also add the toolbar in Visual Studio to have the buttons available.
View > Toolbars > Text Editor
Автор: MacGyver Размещён: 02.06.2014 08:38
Use the keys CtrlK,C to comment out the line and CtrlK,U to uncomment the line.Автор: Muhammad Sibtain Arain Размещён: 02.02.2015 11:44
From your screenshot it appears you have ReSharper installed.
Depending on the key binding options you chose when you installed it, some of your standard shortcuts may now be redirected to ReSharper commands. It's worth checking, for example Ctrl+E, C is used by R# for the code cleanup dialog.Автор: Richard Banks Размещён: 22.08.2012 06:58
This is how I did it,
Menu Tools → Options on the Environment → Keyboard window
One can alter the default shortcuts following the below steps
- Select Edit.CommentSelection in the listbox
- Click on "Remove" button
- Select "Text Editor" option in the dropdown under "Use new shortcut in:"
- Press your own shortcut in the textbox under "Press shortcut keys:" Example: Pressing Ctrl+E and then C will give you Ctrl+E, C
- Click on "Assign" button
- Repeat the same for Edit.UnCommentSelection (Ctrl+E, U)
"commentLine" is the name of function you are looking for. This function coment and uncoment with the same keybindingАвтор: UTF2390 Размещён: 11.08.2016 12:47
I went to menu: Tools → Options.
Environment → Keyboard.
Show command containing and searched: comment
I changed Edit.CommentSelection and assigned Ctrl+/ for commenting.
And I left Ctrl+K then U for the Edit.UncommentSelection.
These could be tweaked to the user's preference as to what key they would prefer for commenting/uncommenting.Автор: Chris Adams Размещён: 03.04.2017 11:36