RE: Eclipse Discovery About Code Completion

Interesting I would have thought Java questions would be fine here shrug I
don't really have time for another coding list.  

 

Ken

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Hi,

I think it's a blind thing.

 

Jim

 

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Is this like a blind programming java list or is it a worldwide thingy.

 

Ken

 

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Hi Don,

No. It's low traffic.

 

Jim

 

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Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 4:19 PM
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 Not yet.  I have a few other projects to work on first.  I will most likely
join soon.  Is it a high traffic list?  

 

 

Don Marang

 

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on things that matter. 
Dean Kamen 

 

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Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 1:24 PM

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Subject: RE: Eclipse Discovery About Code Completion

 

Hi Don,

Are you on the program-java list?

 

Jim

 

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Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:38 PM
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 Thanks.  Keep these discoveries coming.  I will be attempting this soon.  

 

Don Marang

 

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on things that matter. 
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From: Homme, <mailto:james.homme@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  James 

Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 7:12 AM

To: program-java@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

Subject: 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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