Type any symbol in the incorrect case and see it get repaired immediately. Repairing of case is similar to automatic capitilization in Microsoft Word; the difference being Visual Assist X
repairs code. Type all your code in lower case if you prefer. The only lines not repaired are those with symbol definitions.
Repairing of case means you no longer guess which letters of a symbol are in which case, no longer search for correct names, and no longer waste builds when you type names incorrectly.
Symbols whose case can be corrected in more than one way are not repaired automatically.
Press Ctrl+Space at the end of the symbol to see a completion listbox
containing the choices, and all other symbols that begin with the characters you typed.
A symbol entered in a case valid for the context is left untouched even if another symbol exists for the context with a different case. The version you typed is assumed to be the desired version.
Repairing of case is done for case-sensitive languages such as C/C++ and C#. Repairing is not done for VB since the language is case insensitive, nor for scripting languages where symbols are not defined before use.
The option to Repair Case
is effective whether or not you enable suggestion lists
. Repairing of case is moot when selecting from a suggestion list since entries are in correct case, but the feature is effective if you type an entire symbol yourself.
Enable this feature in the options dialog
Case is not repaired when pasting.
Case is not repaired when you type a symbol and immediately press Enter, unless a suggestion list
Press Undo to revert repair of case.