Visual Studo 2010 Useful Shortcuts

  • **CTR + ALT + L **- move to Solution Explorer
  • Type (for example “try” or “for”) and hit Tab twice for code snippet auto-completion.
  • Ctrl + – and the opposite Ctrl + Shift + – Move cursor back (or forwards) to the last place it was. No more scrolling back or PgUp/Dwn to find out where you were.
  • Ctrl + I – Incremental Search
  • Shift+Alt+Enter window in focus in full screen mode. Hit it again, and you have all the panels back. ****
  • Ctrl + Alt + I – jump to Immediate Window
  • Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard. Type “Navigation” to get the shortcut to combo-box on top of the window.
  • Ctrl + Shift + , or Ctrl + Shift + . to zoom-in or zoom-out
  • Ctrl + M + M – collapse/expand current region
  • Ctrl + M + O – collapse  all regions
  • Ctrl + M + L – expand  all regions
  • CTRL+K + X – code snippet
  • CTRL+K + S – Surround With code snippet More shortcuts are here: Or here:

Visual Studo Shortcuts as in Eclipse

Using both Eclipse and Visual Studio can be a pain, when it comes to shortcuts.
In VS you can change shortcuts here: Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard

Change the following:
Delete line: Edit.lineDelete -> Ctrl + D
Comment line: Edit.CommentSelection -> Ctrl + /
Uncomment line: Edit.UnCommentSelection -> Ctrl + Shift + /
Goto Definition: Edit.GoToDefinition -> F3
Goto Navigation Bar: Window.MovetoNavigationBar -> Ctrl + #

To be able to move lines up and down like in Eclipse (alt + up; alt + down) you’ll need to create 2 macros:

    Sub MoveLineUp()
    End Sub

    Sub MoveLineDown()
    End Sub

then the same way you change shortcuts in VS, find “moveLineUp” and “moveLineDown” and assign Alt + UP and Alt + Down.
Alternatively install Productivity Power Tools that provide Edit.MoveLineUp and Edit.MoveLineDown

I’ll keep updating as it comes along.

SQL Server connection validation

I run into a problem where I tried to connect to a fresh installation of SQL Server 2008 and could not do it for no apparent reason. But it turns out that SQL Server 2008 is shipped with TSP/IP disabled and nobody can connect to it via network, even from localhost.
Here is the solution:

You can check in registry this key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\\MSSQLServer\SuperSocketNetLib\Tcp\Enabled
It must be set to 1 for SQL Server to be listening for network connection.

Run this on master database to see error log on the server:
exec Go Xp_readerrorlog
You should look for
SQL server listening on X.X.X.X: Y
This will be an indicator if network connections are allowed in the Server

Поиск вируса

Если в системе не удаётся что-либо запустить, то:
1) грузимся с любого лайв-сд/двд/юсб, не обязательно мегасборки на BartPE, вполне хватит обычного установочника на WinPE 2.x, т.е. от Vista/7/2008
2) запускаем консоль (в установщиках на WinPE – Shift+F10) и делаем магические пассы:
cd c:\
dir *.exe /od /s > c:\execs.txt
dir *.dll /od /s > c:\dlls.txt
notepad c:\execs.txt
notepad c:\dlls.exe
В открывшихся блокнотах ищём по дате заражения, т.е. если сегодня – то ищем строку “16.06.2011”
при необходимости модифицируем до dir *.* /od /s > c:\all.txt или до dir … | findstr “16.06.2011”

По мотивам
Спасибо товарищу pan_2

Shortcuts in Eclipse

Ctrl + Shift + R Open any file quickly
Ctrl + Shift + T Open a type
Ctrl + T go to super type of the class
Ctrl + O Go directly to a member (method, variable) of a class file
Ctrl + Shift + ↓ or Ctrl + Shift + ↑ navigate between methods in class
ALT + Up/Down Arrow move selected string up or down
Ctrl + L jump to line number
CTRL + D Delete row.
Ctrl + Q go to last edit place
Ctrl + E or CTRL+F6 go to open editors
Ctrl + . and Ctrl + , Move between issues in editor
F3 go to type declaration
CTRL+SHIFT+O Organize imports
CTRL+1 It activates the quick fix
CTRL+F7 Move between views
CTRL+F8 Move between perspectives.
CTRL + F11 Runs the application.
CTRL + M Maximize or umaximize current tab.
CTRL + I Corrects indentation.
CTRL + SHIFT + F Formats code.
CTRL + J Incremental search.
CTRL + SHIFT + L Shows you a list of your currently defined shortcut keys.

from here:
and here:

How to replace system files in WinXp

Sometimes you need to replace damaged system files with correct ones. I’m talking about files in C:\windows\system32\…

There are 2 ways of doing this:

Use sfc command: insert distribution disk with correct version of Windows, execute sfc /purgecache to clean out the cache of drivers/files. Then execute sfc /scannow. This will check all the system files and replace damaged.

Another way is to replace files one by one. Again, insert your distribution disk, then run command:

expand D:\i386\ndis.sy_ C:\windows\system32\drivers\ndis.sys

This unpacks compressed files from the CD archive.