[program-java] Re: Eclipse Discovery About Code Completion

anytime.

Take care,
Sina 

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Thank you Sina. I have told a lot of peole at my work about you and how well 
you use Eclipse. Seeing you work gave me a lot of hope.

 

Susie

 

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[mailto:program-java-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Sina Bahram
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 9:40 AM
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control+shift+o auto-imports the right things into your file, it doesn't put 
you anywhere.

 

control+shift+t finds you the right type, and you can use camel case caps to 
look for it; for example, you can type in "ALL" for
AbstractListListener

 

take care,

Sina

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Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 8:24 AM
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Subject: [program-java] Re: Eclipse Discovery About Code Completion

Hi Jim,

 

Thanks for bringing that to our attention. I met with Sina at the NFB 
convention and I am going to write down my notes below:

 

A quick navigation is alt + shift + w for package,h for history, o outline, and 
p for problems, 

 

Alt shift q gets you to the editor and x gets you to the problems.

 

To have a list of suggested fixes hit control + 1.

 

Control shift o puts you into the imports.

 

If you don't know exactly what the syntax is you can hit control shift t and 
type what you think and you will get a list of
suggestions.

 

Sina, if I have misunderstood any of these things please correct me.

 

Susie

 

 

 

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[mailto:program-java-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Homme, James
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 6:13 AM
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Subject: [program-java] Eclipse Discovery About Code Completion

 

Hi,

I made a discovery just now because I was writing some JAWS code to examine 
what was popping up in some Eclipse windows. This is
about code completion. 

 

As you are typing along in a Java program and you want to get a list of code 
completion choices, do this.

 

1. type part of a class, such as System, then a period.

 

2. As soon as you press the period key, immediately press the Tab key. That 
puts you in a list of choices. 

 

3. Pick a choice and press Enter.

 

4. press the period key again, then Tab again.

 

5. Pick a choice.

 

I'm sure you get the pattern by now. 

 

There's more to discover, such as what happens when you hit Control + Space and 
Control + Shift + Space, but I haven't figured out
that yet.

 

Thanks.

 

Jim

 

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