Code generation features in Visual Studio
There are numerous ways that Visual Studio can help you generate, fix, and refactor code.
You can use Quick Actions to generate code such as classes and properties, or to introduce a local variable. You can also use Quick Actions to improve code, for example to remove unnecessary casts and unused variables, or to add null checks before accessing variables.
You can refactor code to rename a variable, re-order method parameters, or synchronize a type with its filename, to name a few.
Each language service in Visual Studio provides its own code generation capabilities, so some features are only available in C#, and some are available in both C# and Visual Basic.