public $1$ $2$
$3$ = value;
Here is a screenshot of the completed dialog.
Click Save on the Code Template Editor dialog and the Options dialog. With this code template added, you can add notify properties to your ViewModel classes with ease. Inside of the class, type np then Shift+Space.
Type in the return value for V1, the property name for V2, and the private member for V3, tabbing to each field. Then press enter to complete the template entry.
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public $1$ $2$