Some handy Eclipse Keyboard Shotrcuts
I found some handy keyboard shortcuts for working with Eclipse (these are actually part of the general text editor component, so they work with pretty much any editor including the cfeclipse editor)
- Alt+Up - Swap the current line with the line above it
- Alt+Down - Swap the current line with the one below it
- Ctrl+D - delete the current line
- Shift+Enter - adds a blank line below the current one
- Ctrl+Shift+Enter - adds a blank line above the current one
You can find more keyboard shortcuts by going to
Window - Preferences - General - Keys
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Some handy Eclipse Keyboard Shotrcuts was first published on March 10, 2005.
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Ctrl+F6 can be used to switch between active files in Eclipse.
by Shishir Shikarkhane on 03/16/2007 at 2:18:43 AM UTC
Alt+left arrow : getting your cursor to the precedent place in history (without making a change).
Alt+right arrow : future in history stack.