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VS2008 automatically create interface members

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I have a class implementing interface , how can get all members to be implemented to be created automaticlly in my class, using VS2008?
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If you use the class designer, you'll have this function.
 

When you have a class inherited from a interface, there will be lollipop for the interface.

1. Select the class's lollipop of the interface, Expand it using context menu.
2. Select the interface name label of the lollipop,  trigger context menu, there will be two commands for implement interface, implicitly and explicitly.
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right click on the interface name in your class code and choose: Implement Interface.
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