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Eclipse Shortcuts for fast coding

 
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List of some Shortcuts for fast coding. Traverse below and improve your coding speed by utilizing Eclipse Shortcuts.

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File navigation  Short cuts
 

Short cuts  Description
Alt + Shift + n Use this shortcut key to open an new menu.
Ctrl + n   Use this  shortcut key to create a new file
Ctrl+H If you want to search in your program and work space use this short cut .
CTRL + SHIFT + R Open a resource. You need not know the path and just part of the file name is enough.
Ctrl +E Open a file (editor) from within the list of all open files.
CTRL + PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN Go to previous or next edit positions from editor history list.
ALT + <- or ALT + -> If you want to close the all file in editor use this shortcut key.
Ctrl +W If you want to close the all file in editor use this shortcut key.
Ctrl +Shift+W If you want to close the all file in editor use this shortcut key.
F2,Alt +Shift+R It is use for re-name  file .
Ctrl +Shift +G Find the reference variable in workspace.

 

Java Editing Short cuts
 

Short cuts Description
Ctrl+Shift+F This short cut use to formatting  the code .
Ctrl+Space Type assist
Ctrl+O Displays every one of the methods and variables in addition to methods available in the current class that’s selected.
Ctrl+Shift+O                                                            This Shortcut use for Organized  import .
Ctrl+Shift+U Find the reference of a file .
Ctrl+/,Ctrl+7 Single Line comment .
Ctrl+Shift+/ Add block Comment .
Ctrl+Shift+\ Remove the block comment.
F3 Go to the declaration of the variable
F4 Show the type hierarchy of an class.
Ctrl+T Show the inheritance tree of current token .
Shift+f2 Show the Java Doc for current  token.
Alt Shift Z Add the try and catch block

 
Editing Short cuts
 

Short cuts Description
F12 Focus on current editor
Ctrl +L Find the Line number.
Ctrl+D                                      This short cut use for delete the single row.
Ctrl +M This short cut use for maximize and minimize the editor.

 
 
Debug and  Run Eclipse short cuts
 

Short cuts                                                     Description
F11 Start the Debug .
Ctrl+F11 Run the last program or project.
Ctrl .Or , To Navigate  the next and previous error .
F5 Step Into.
F6 Step Over.
F8 Resume .
Ctrl+Q Add Inspect
Ctrl +1 Quick fix code.

 
Some Extra Short cuts
 

Short cuts                                                     Description
Alt +Shift +B Add the toggle breakpoint .
Alt +Shift+c Change the method signature .
Alt +Shift+S,R Generate the setter and getter method .
Alt +Shift+X,J Run As java Application .
Alt +Shift+X,R Run As web application .
Alt +Enter Show The Property.
Alt +Shift+X,A Run As Applet .

 
String to StringBuffer /StringBuilder
 
In order to change the concatenation from String to StringBuffer /StringBuilder, move the cursor to the String variable, and press Ctrl +1, and select ‘Use StringBuffer//StringBuilder for string concatenation’
For eg, String s = “a”+”b”+”c”+”d”;
will change to StringBuffer sB = new StringBuffer();
sB.append(“a”);
sB.append(“b”);
sB.append(“c”);
sB.append(“d”);
String s = sB.toString();
 

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  • chouaiech1988

    Thank you realyy coool