Mastering Eclipse V3.4 JDT text editor

Posted by solrac on Jan 14, 2009 4:12 AM EDT
IBM/developerWorks; By Prashant Deva
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This article examines some of the advanced features of the Java editor in Eclipse. This "Mastering Eclipse" series of articles teaches complete newcomers to Eclipse the ins and outs of the Eclipse IDE. By the end of the series, you'll be on par with advanced users. In this article, take a tour of Eclipse's Java™ editor and learn about some of its advanced features. This part of the "Mastering Eclipse" series takes a detailed look at Eclipse's Java editor. The editor is where developers spend a majority of their time, so understanding its advanced features can significantly improve your productivity.

You'll see how to generate common pieces of code automatically. You will also learn how to close Eclipse views and still use their functionality, thanks to shortcuts offered by Eclipse editor. This article also discusses other features of the Java editor that can significantly improve your productivity.

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