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    Web app developer since 1994 and Google Cloud Platform Instructor now residing in Colorado. Besides tech, I enjoy landscape photography and share my work at ColoradoPhoto.gallery.

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Eclipse keyboard shortcut for working with interfaces

Posted by David Chandler on November 3, 2009

Maybe everyone knows this already, but in case not…

Put your cursor in the name of an interface (say, a Display interface nested in a GWT presenter) and press Ctrl-T. Eclipse shows you all the classes that implement the interface and you can then navigate directly to an implementing class. I frequently use this in combination with Ctrl+Alt+H to find out how a method gets called.

You can find all of my favorite keyboard shortcuts in my Eclipse Google notebook listed in the left sidebar.

One Response to “Eclipse keyboard shortcut for working with interfaces”

  1. areef said

    please send me all related eclipse short cuts to my moail

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