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Shortcuts: Java: IDE Overview
Shortcuts: Java: IDE Overview

After you have been programming in Eclipse (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, Eclipse has included several built-in shortcuts that can make our coding easier. A complete list of the shortcuts (called content assist in Eclipse) can be found here: Window, preferences, java , editor, templates. If we scroll down we can see sysout expands to system.out.println

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