VS Code equivalent to Visual Studio’s Ctrl+m Ctrl+o

Sometimes, when you have a long file, it’s convenient to fold/collapse all the code regions so you can get a big picture of your file. In Visual Studio (the full blown IDE from Microsoft), it’s a simple keyboard shortcut combination

Ctrl+m Ctrl+o

Thankfully, Visual Studio Code has something similar. To fold ALL regions use

Ctrl+k Ctrl+0

Then just use the following to unfold the code file

Ctrl+k Ctrl+j

The nice thing about this is that all the sub regions are folded as well. So you can simply open one region and all the items inside are still folded.

Reference: https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/getstarted/tips-and-tricks#_keyboard-reference-sheets

How do I duplicate a line within Visual Studio Code?

If you want to easily duplicate a line of code in Visual Studio Code, you can do it with a simple keyboard shortcut. Just use the Copy Line Down (Ctrl+Alt+UpArrow) or Copy Line Up commands (Ctrl+Alt+DownArrow) — depending on where you want the new line inserted with respect to your cursor.

VS Code Short Cuts

You can view all the shortcuts like this in Visual Studio Code by going to the preference settings found at

File > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts

If you want to easily duplicate a line of code in Visual Studio Code, you can do it with a simple keyboard shortcut. Just use the Copy Line Down (Ctrl+Alt+UpArrow) or Copy Line Up commands (Ctrl+Alt+DownArrow) — depending on where you want the new line inserted with respect to your cursor.