jp2code jp2code - 1 month ago 11
C# Question

Visual Studio: How to show Overloads in IntelliSense?

Once code has been written, the only way I know of to view the overloads for a method is to actually edit the method by deleting the Parenthesis

()
and reopening them.

Is there a shortcut key that I could press to activate this instead of having to edit my files?

For an example, please reference the ShowDialog Overload screen shot below:

ShowDialog1 Overloads

Answer

Try the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-Space. This corresponds to Edit.ParameterInfo, in case you've changed the default.

Example:

descriptive screenshot, by jp2code

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