Developers work with Eclipse with either a Graphical User interface(GUI) or shortcuts.
This post shows you frequently daily use shortcuts by developers in Eclipse.
The following are general shortcuts that are available in all versions of Eclipse.
|Create a new project or file
|Alt + Shift + N
|It is used to create a new project, It asks for the type of such as Java project, class, or Enum
|Ctrl + W
|Close the current editor
|Close All Editor
|Ctrl + Shift+ W
|Close the All editor
|Ctrl + S
|Save the current Opened file
|Ctrl + Shift+ S
|Save All the file changes
|Rename the selected file
|Refresh and reload the workspace in eclipse
|Print the opened file
|Opens properties window and displays properties of a selected file or folder
|Search window opens for file and folder search
How to check available shortcuts in Eclipse
Go to Windows Menu > Preferences > General > Keys
You have a list of keys configured.
It can be native keys or add key binding using different new key bindings.