Connection String and C#

Cm.ex(Cm.pld, "Update myTable SET Fullname = @spst")  

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I am using C# and want to find where the Cm.ex and Cm.pld are set or declared.  Can't I right click on the Cm.ex and select an option and it will take me where those are declared?  I can't figure it out.
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It's called 'Go To Definition' -Capture.JPGYou can also just select the variable in question and hit F12.

If you want to find where they are set, then you need to choose 'Find All References' (or Shift+F12).  Once you do that then you can locate where you set the variable in question; e.g. -Finding all references where the Remove() method was called.

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F12 (go to definition) and Shift+F12 (find all references) to the rescue!
huerita37Author Commented:
Thank you for such a quick response.  I needed that!!
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