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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Edit menu

This menu helps you manipulate resources in the editor area.

Undo

This command reverses your most recent editing action.

Redo

This command re-applies the editing action that has most recently been reversed by the Undo action.

Cut

This command removes the selection and places it on the clipboard.

Copy

This command places a copy of the selection on the clipboard.

Paste

This command places the text or object on the clipboard at the current cursor location in the currently active view or editor.

Delete

This command removes the current selection.

Select All

This command selects all text or objects in the currently active view or editor.

Find/Replace

This command allows you to search for an expression in the active editor, and optionally replace the expression with a new expression.

Find Next

This command allows you to search for the next occurrence of the current selection, or for the next occurrence of the most recent expression found using the Find/Replace action.

Find Previous

This command allows you to search for the previous occurrence of the current selection, or for the previous occurrence of the most recent expression found using the Find/Replace action.

Incremental Find Next

This command allows you to search for expressions in the active editor. As you type the search expression, it will incrementally jump to the next exact match in the active editor. While in this mode, the up and down cursor keys can be used to navigate between matches, and the search can be cancelled by pressing left or right cursor keys, the enter key, or the escape key.

Incremental Find Previous

This command allows you to search for expressions in the active editor. As you type the search expression, it will incrementally jump to the previous exact match in the active editor. While in this mode, the up and down cursor keys can be used to navigate between matches, and the search can be cancelled by pressing left or right cursor keys, the enter key, or the escape key.

Add Bookmark

This command adds a bookmark in the active file on the line where the cursor is currently displayed.

Add Task

This command adds a task in the active file on the line where the cursor is currently displayed.

Word Completion

This action will attempt to complete the word currently being entered in the active editor.

Set Encoding

This action launches a dialog that allows you to change the file encoding used to read and write the file in the active editor.


 
 
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