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Hi
I have a function add(int a, int b)
now i added add( int a , int b, int c)

I called this function in more then 50 pleaces.

How to change in all the places at a same time.

Thank you
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Richard MacCutchan 20-May-15 6:21am    
Use the editor.
Black_Rose 20-May-15 6:22am    
editor..?? i m in VS2012
Richard MacCutchan 20-May-15 6:32am    
Yes, and how do you edit the code in VS2012?
Andy Lanng 20-May-15 6:21am    
do you need to? you can overload the function so both versions are valid.
Black_Rose 20-May-15 6:22am    
I need to.

1 solution

You can't really do that - because nobody knows what value or variable should be added in!
If the existing code is
C#
myClass.add(index, count);

Should it become:
C#
myClass.add(index, count, numberOfBananas);
Or
C#
myClass.add(index, count, 0);
It all depends on the context of why your code is calling the method.
But...the easiest way may be to change the definition of your "new" method:
C#
public int add(int a, int b, int c = 0)
   {
   return a + b + c;
   }
In which case your external code will need no changes at all as the final value will be defaulted to zero unless it is specified.
 
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