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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Variable Display Commands

View display commands affect what variables are displayed in the view and how they are presented.

These commands apply to (some commands apply to additional views):

The Show Type Names and Show Logical Structures commands are available on the view toolbar. The other actions can be found in the drop down menu of the view as shown below.

View Display Commands

View Display Commands

Command

Name

Description

Availability

Show Constants

Show Constants

Changes whether constants should be shown in the view.

View action
Show Logical Structures

Show Logical Structures

Changes whether logical structures should be shown in the view.

View action
 

Show Null Array Entries

Change whether null array entries should be shown in the view.

View action
Show Qualified Names

Show Qualified Names

Changes whether qualified names should be shown in the view.

View action
Run to Return button

Show References

Changes whether references to variables should be displayed in the view. Your Java virtual machine must support reference retrieval.

View action
Show Static Fields

Show Static Fields

Changes whether static fields should be shown in the view.

View action
Show Type Names

Show Type Names

Changes whether type names should be shown in the view.

View action

Related Reference

Expressions View
Variables View
Detail Pane


 
 
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