MPS 2017.2 Help


This section lists and describes the keyboard shortcuts that include the Ctrl+Alt keys:

Ctrl+Alt+Alphanumeric keys

ShortcutFunctionUse this shortcut to...
N/ANavigate to ImplementationNavigate to implementation of an item at the caret.
N/AExtract ConstantReplace selected expression with a constant (static final field) (Refactoring).
N/A Extract FieldPut the selected expression result into a field (Refactoring).
N/ACall HierarchyBrowse call hierarchy for the selected method. See page Viewing Structure and Hierarchy of the Source Code
N/AAuto-indent LinesIndent current line or selected block according to the Code Style settings.
N/ASurround with Live TemplateSurround the selection with one of the Live Templates.
N/AExtract MethodCreate a method from the selected code (Refactoring).
N/AInlineInline the selected method/variable (Refactoring).
N/AExtract Parameter Turn the selected expression into a method parameter (Refactoring).
N/ASurround withSurround selected code fragment with if, while, try/catch, or another construct.
N/AExtract VariablePut selected expression result into a variable (Refactoring). See page Extract Variable.
N/ASynchronizeDetect all externally changed files and reload them from disk.

Ctrl+Alt+Navigation keys

ShortcutFunctionUse this shortcut to...
N/AStart new line before current oneStart a new line before the current one.
Navigate to Next/Previous OccurrenceNavigate to the next/previous found item.
N/ABackUndo last navigation operation. See page Navigating to Navigated Items
N/AForwardRedo last undone navigation operation. See page Navigating to Navigated Items
N/ANavigate to Related SymbolNavigates between files with the various relationships. See Navigation In Source Code.

Ctrl+Alt+Function (F) keys

ShortcutFunctionUse this shortcut to...
N/ASwitch to another coverage suite.Open the Coverage Suites popu-up window and select the desired suite to run.
N/AShow usagesShow usages of a symbol at the caret. See page Viewing Usages of a Symbol
N/AQuick Evaluate ExpressionEvaluate an arbitrary expression without calling Evaluate Expression dialog box.
N/AForce Run To CursorRun to the line where the caret is located, ignoring breakpoints. See page Stepping Through the Program.
Last modified: 26 October 2017

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