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Where is the setting in VS for IF statement brace position?

Posted on 2011-09-08
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I want to have my IF statement blocks braces on the same line as the IF statement... where is the setting to do this?

Fir example:

if(DateTime.Today() is "monday")  {  //  <----------    this is where I want the brace, not on the next line
    doSomething();
    doSomethingElse();
)
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yesthatbob earned 2000 total points
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Which version of VS? In VS2010, you would find it at:

Tools > Options >Text Editor > C# > Formatting > New Lines

From there,uncheck the "Place open brace on new line for control blocks" option. See this screen shot:

 Brace options
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by:rmmarsh
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That's what I have and it's not working... I do a Edit -> Advanced -> Format Document, and it doesn't change anything!

A bug maybe?
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by:yesthatbob
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Not sure what to tell you there, using Format Document works for me...
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by:rmmarsh
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Thanks anyway... I appreciate your time
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by:rmmarsh
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Found the problem... I was CHECKING the box, not un-checking it.  I just hate it when I do something dumb like that!

Thanks again!
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