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General Shortcuts

Ctrl-Shift-L::

displays a list of the keybindings available for the current editor context

Java View

Ctrl+Shift+T::

Open Type (class)

Ctrl+Shift+R::

Open Resource (any file in workspace)

F3::

Go to the declaration of the current item (also Ctrl-click)

F4::

Open the Type heirarchy

Alt+Left::

Go to the last edit location

Ctrl+Space::

Auto complete

Ctrl+1::

Auto Fix

Ctrl+J::

Incremental search (just type desired serch to find in the current file, no find dialog)

Ctrl+Shift+G::

Search for references of the current item

Ctrl+T::

Open quick heirarchy

Ctrl+F3::

Open quick outline

Ctrl+O::

Popup a searchable list of members in the current source file - press Ctrl+O again to see where members inherited from

Ctrl+G::

Search for declarations of the current item

Ctrl+F6::

Cycle through Editors

Ctrl+F7::

Cycle through Views

Ctrl+F8::

Cycle through Perspectives

Ctrl+F11::

Run last launched

F11::

Debug last launched

Shift+Alt+X ::

Run type (a popup comes up on your bottom right which tells you what you can run in the current file - T for unit test, J for java app, etc)

Ctrl+Shift+O::

Organize imports

Alt+Shift+R::

Rename refactor

Alt+Shift+V:::

Move refactor

Alt+Shift+M::

Method refactor

Alt+Shift+L::

Create local variable

Alt+Shift+J::

Create Javadoc for current item

Alt+T::

Open Refactor menu

Alt+S::

Open Source menu

Alt+Up::

Move current line up

Alt+Down::

Move current line down

Ctrl+Alt+Up::

Copy current line up

Ctrl+Alt+Down::

Copy current line down

Ctrl+Shift+L::

Display keybindings for current editor

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