Did you know that VS Code has built-in snippets for lots of languages?
They are not documented in the VS Code docs.
There is no way to browse them inside VS Code.
It’s awkward to track them down yourself!
This spurred me to write an extension called Snippets Ranger to give a nice UI to explore all your snippets easily.
Also, remember that Snippets can be defined in a few different places. They can be added by:
Keeping track of them yourself is not practical.
If you want to track down the source files yourself, they live inside each individual language extension directory.
«app root»\resources\app\extensions\«language»\snippets\«language».code-snippets on Windows.
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If encounter an issue or have a feature request, you are welcome to make an issue on github.