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Say I have a function named "SampleMethod". I have called this method multiple times in my program. Is there any way i can navigate to each of the calling points in the program ? Quite frankly, is there way to reverse the usage of "Go to definiton". I am using Visual Studio 2008.
Posted 3-Jul-13 23:57pm
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Solution 1

Select that method name & press ctrl + k then r. I guess this is what you want.
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Solution 3

Yes, there is Find All References menu item, just below the Go To Definition one.
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Solution 2

Right click on Function Name "SampleMethod" And Select Find All Reference (F12).

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Use Cntrl+F keys, to search it.
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