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File template variables

A file template can contain variables, which are replaced by their values when the template is applied. A variable is a string that starts with a dollar sign $ followed by the variable name. The variable name may optionally be enclosed in curly braces. For example: $MyVariable and ${MyVariable} are different notations of the same variable.

Predefined template variables

The following predefined variables can be used in file templates:

Variable

Description

${DATE}

Current system date

${DAY}

Current day of the month

${DS}

Dollar sign $. This variable is used to escape the dollar character, so that it is not treated as a prefix of a template variable.

${FILE_NAME}

Name of the new file

${HOUR}

Current hour

${MINUTE}

Current minute

${SECOND}

Current second

${MONTH}

Current month

${MONTH_NAME_FULL}

Full name of the current month (January, February, and so on)

${MONTH_NAME_SHORT}

First three letters of the current month name (Jan, Feb, and so on)

${NAME}

Name of the new entity (file, %class%, interface, and so on)

${ORGANIZATION_NAME}

Name of your organization specified in the project settings

${PRODUCT_NAME}

Name of the IDE (for example, DataGrip)

${PROJECT_NAME}

Name of the current project

${TIME}

Current system time

${USER}

Login name of the current user

${YEAR}

Current year

Last modified: 07 April 2022