Quick-Print is a handy extension for Visual Studio Code that simplifies logging in your code. With just a dot notation, you can quickly print variable values, making debugging and troubleshooting a breeze.
Easy Logging: Instantly log variable values by appending .print to them.
Multi-Language Support: Works seamlessly with multiple programming languages.
Customizable Output: Configure the output format to suit your needs.
Efficient Debugging: Enhance your debugging process with minimal code changes.
You can install the Quick-Print extension directly from the Visual Studio Code Marketplace.
Open Visual Studio Code.
Go to the Extensions view by clicking on the Extensions icon in the Activity Bar on the side of the window or by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+X.
Search for "Quick-Print" in the Extensions view search box.
Click the Install button for the "Quick-Print" extension.
Open a code file in Visual Studio Code.
Place the cursor after the variable you want to log.
Type a dot (.) followed by print.
Press Enter, and the variable value will be logged to the console.
You can customize the output format of the logged message by configuring the extension settings. To do this:
Go to File > Preferences > Settings.
Search for "Quick-Print" in the search box.
Adjust the desired settings to format the log output according to your preferences.
The Quick-Print extension supports various programming languages, including but not limited to:
Feedback and Contributions
If you encounter any issues, have suggestions, or would like to contribute to the development of this extension, please visit our GitHub repository.