After you have been programming in NetBeans (or any IDE for that matter), you find that you frequently need to type out certain statements, such as System.out.println(). Lucky for us, NetBeans has included several built-in shortcuts that can make our coding easier. A complete list of the shortcuts can be found here in the help menu
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- [Voiceover] After you've been programming in NetBeans…or really any IDE for that matter,…you probably will find…that you frequently need to type out certain statements.…Such as, many programs require you to write…the console using system.out.printline…Lucky for us, NetBeans has included…several built in shortcuts…that can make our coding easier.…A complete list of the shortcuts can be found here…under the help menu.…Help, keyboard shortcuts card.…As you can see, on the first page…it highlights some of the keyboard shortcuts…and code templates.…
In the top left hand corner,…we can use control F3 to search for a word…at an insert point.…Under debugging, control F5 is one to remember…to start debugging a main project.…Let's go to the second page.…This next page has shortcuts…that will help us with our coding.…For example in the center column,…under the Ss, notice s-o-u-t.…If you type s-o-u-t and hit the tab key…it will automatically change that…to system.out.printline…Let me show you how it works.…
In my program here on line 18…
- What is an IDE?
- Viewing and organizing files in an IDE
- Downloading and installing different IDEs
- Coding with shortcuts and autocompletion
- Using templates
- Finding and referencing files
- Debugging Java code in an IDE
Skill Level Beginner
1. A Quick Review of IDE Basics
2. NetBeans IDE
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