11 Eclipse shortcuts that impressed programmers in their first year of graduation

Hello. It's good. This time, I have collected useful Eclipse shortcuts that double as my own cheat sheet.

11 Eclipse Shortcuts

Ctrl + Shift + R ・ ・ ・ Resource search

→ It is often used when you want to open a new file.

Ctrl + Space ・ ・ ・ Predictive conversion

→ Predictive conversion.

Ctrl + F ・ ・ ・ Source search

→ Search for a specific character string. It can be used to check variable names and method names.

Ctrl + Shift + / ・ ・ ・ Multi-line comment

Ctrl + H ・ ・ ・ Display of search dialog

Ctrl + E ・ ・ ・ Display a list of open tabs in Eclipse

→ It is useful when you want to change the work file quickly.

Ctrl + O ・ ・ ・ Display member summary

→ You can use it when you want to get an overview of fields and methods.

Ctrl + Shift + W ・ ・ ・ Close all open tabs

alt + Shift + A ・ ・ ・ Indent the selection at the same time

→ There is no need to indent line by line.

Ctrl + alt + H ・ ・ ・ Search method / constructor call hierarchy

→ In addition to being able to search for the caller, you can also know which method is being called within the method. You can quickly find out what process the method is used for.

Select a method and move to F3 ... Declaration part

→ It is often used when you want to know the contents of a method.

Created on July 14, 2020 It's a memo, so I'm sorry if I make a mistake. ..

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