Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Searching for methods and variables, part of Eclipse Essential Training.
- Let's say you're looking for…a particular part of your code.…Whether it be a property, or a method,…or declaration or an execution, or a setting of a property.…You can use the Outline view to click on your properties…and methods and find them fairly easily in one file.…But what if you wanted a more robust system…for finding properties and methods in your code?…You can use the Search view.…
If you go to Search Search, you'll see four tabs…at the top of the Search window.…File Search, Task Search, Git Search, and Java Search.…File Search is just like you'd expect.…We can search for text inside of a file.…So, for example, I can type the word Seach…and search for that inside of a file.…If you look at the bottom, right below that…containing text text text field,…you're going to see that we can use…and * to represent any string a ? to represent any character…and a \ to escape for literals.…
You'll also see we can set it as Case sensitive,…a Regular expression, or use a Whole word.…For example, with Search*…I can search for the word Searching.…
- What is Eclipse?
- Setting up a workspace
- Adding external files to a project
- Installing add-ons
- Refactoring code
- Working with tasks
- Customizing formatting
- Using Git for version control
- Developing Java, PHP, C/C++, Perl, and Python apps with Eclipse
- Setting up testing servers
- Testing apps
- Debugging apps
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Eclipse
2. Working with Code
3. Using Git for Version Control
4. Using Eclipse for Java Development
5. Using Eclipse for PHP Development
6. Using Eclipse for C/C++ Development
7. Using Eclipse for Perl Development
8. Using Eclipse for Python Development
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