How to view overloads in IntelliSense popup.

KCieślik 0 Reputation points

How to view overloads of the method from IntelliSense popup that appears after you put dot or few first letters. In the given example it would be another Match method. I know I can just accept Match method and then check overloads but I would like to be able to do so before accepting.
If such functionality exist can I get it's keybind name not actual key strokes as I have unique setup and might have accidentally changed it.


Ignore error couple lines later it being there changed nothing.

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  1. Anna Xiu-MSFT 18,711 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @KCieślik, 

    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A! 

    Do you mean that you want to directly view the overloads without methods? 

    I suppose there is no such functionality. You may need to type a method or accept the method, then the overloads for the method will be displayed by choosing Edit > IntelliSense > Parameter Info or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Space

    You can refer to: IntelliSense in Visual Studio



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