Recently, I want to graduate from Eclipse and am switching to IntelliJ IDEA.
There are various reasons such as Eclipse is heavy, it breaks quickly, and it is difficult to use. I liked that it works without having to set it up one by one, but I don't really feel the benefits of using Eclipse compared to the past. There was a time when I was working hard with VS Code, but I gave up because the complement function was weak.
Despite being made by Jetbrains, IntelliJ IDEA is free to use in the Community. It has a good reputation, so I decided to use it.
So how do you do that in Eclipse shortcuts with IntelliJ IDEA? I summarized. I only write the shortcuts that I know and use often. If I find a new shortcut, I will add it as needed.
|public static void main||main||psvm|
|Delete row||Ctrl + D||Ctrl + L|
|Swap lines||[Alt] + ↑ or ↓||[Alt] + [Shift] + ↑ or ↓|
|Delete the line where the cursor is||[Ctrl] + d||[Ctrl] + y|
|Duplicate the line where the cursor is||[Ctrl] + [Alt] + ↑ or ↓||[Ctrl] + d|
|Comment||[Ctrl] + /||[Ctrl] + /|
|Search||[Ctrl] + f||[Ctrl] + f|
|Replacement||[Ctrl] + f||[Ctrl] + r|
|Code format||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + f||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + l|
|Auto-completion||[Ctrl] + [Space]||[Ctrl] + j|
|File search||[Ctrl] + h||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + f|
|File name search||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + r||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + n|
|Call hierarchy||[Ctrl] + [Alt] + h||[Ctrl] + [Alt] + h|
|Move to definition part||F3||[Ctrl] + b|
|Return to the place before the move||[Alt] + ← or →||[Ctrl] + [Alt] + ← or →|
|Close the editor tab||[Ctrl] + w||[Ctrl] + F4|
|Import organization||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + o||[Ctrl] + [Alt] + o|
|View the function call result||[Ctrl] + [Shift] + i||[Ctrl] + [Alt] + F8|