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System Generated Code

Posted on 2006-10-19
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In VB.Net express the system generated code can be seen in the source code windows, but in Visual Studio Professional - VB.Net I couldn't see any system generated code!

How can I see the system generated codes ?

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Question by:tora111
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Try this: "Project" -> "View All Files". It was off for me by default and caused me exactly the same grief.

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Jordan
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JWindebank is right... though i've got DIFFERENT Way
well use seach tool to get in to it..
press ctrl + f
type: New
press: alt + h (search hidden text)
and search... u'll get in to system generated code..
 actually its in a region system generated code..
so you might have missed it
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