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Old July 22, 2018, 01:10   #12
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Originally Posted by AnonymousHero View Post
I would suggest trying QtCreator or a similar IDE. Then you can Ctrl-click to "go through" any function/typedef/etc. you see.

(I mean Pete's method sort-of works, but it's incredibly cumbersome for commonly used "names" and it's pointlessly tedious.)
I would note here as an aside that, working on a decent sized codebase in my day job, Visual Studio Intellisense is vastly slower at finding function references than Find in Files - i.e. grep routinely outperforms the IDE features. Mileage may vary here depending on usage.
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