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Useful Eclipse Shortcuts

Side note for useful Eclipse shortcuts. Of course there are many more which are not mentioned here.

Ctrl+Shift+L
Display shortcut keys.

Ctrl+Alt+G
Find text in workspace.

Ctrl+Shift+R
Open any file quickly.

Ctrl+Shift+F
Format source code.

Ctrl+Shift+T
Open a type (e.g.: a class, an interface)

Ctrl+O
Go directly to a member (method, variable) . Press Ctrl+O again only shows member for current opened class.
Ctrl + Shift + ↓ or Ctrl + Shift + ↑ navigates from member to member

Ctrl+L
Go to line number.

Ctrl+Q
Go to the last edit location.

Ctrl+T
Go to a supertype/subtype.

Ctrl+E
Go to other open editors.

Ctrl+F6
Cycle through editors.

Ctrl+. or Ctrl+,
Move to one problem (i.e.: error, warning) to the next (or previous) in a file.

Alt+Shift+J
Add Javadoc comment

Ctrl+Shift+J
Join lines

Alt + {left arrow} and Alt + {right arrow}
Hop back and forth through the files you have visited

F3
Go to a type declaration.


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