You're first going to have to describe what you mean by "autocorrect". If you're talking about a spell check (which is what I think of when I hear "autocorrect") there's no such thing in Visual Studio.
Visual Studio has Intellisense, which will suggest names of existing objects in your code to make things easier and faster to type.
you don't get it. as far as i remember, in VS 2008 / 2015 when i type, for example, "Move" and the suggestion will pop up (like Moveblablabla, etc) BUT if i continuing type "(" (WITHOUT have to press Esc) it will become:
Moveblablabla() //this is when i say, it force you use its suggestion
Oh I get it. I've understood for a while now. Every version of VS with Intellisense has behaved the way you're describing, though, each language editor has it's options set differently from the others by default.
I already told you what you're going to have to do. Tools/Options/Text Editor/... and start exploring the options.
Are you completely tired of doing your own research? Experimenting? Exploring? Because that's what I've been trying to get you to do. Because, without these qualities, you're going to find it very difficult to grow in the field of writing code.
I am trying to run my Console Applications using a batch file, I went into the Folder right clicked on the executables that I want to run, selected "Run as Administrator" option. Then copied their paths into a Batch file. Selected right clicked the Batch file and selected the option Run as Administrator and ran the batch file. Why do the executables still run as not as an Administrator?
I want to run my applications as Administrator only, is there any better approach, I am googling as well, if there is any better option please help me, thanks a lot.
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