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Never hold down the SHIFT key again

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – I know you’re a good programmer, and you NEVER copy-and-paste code. Right? RIGHT? But sometimes, for whatever reason, you do need to select a chunk of code in the code editor. How do you do this? Are you a drag-the-mouse-around-and-hope-to-get-it-right kind of programmer? Or are you a hold-down-the-shift-key-and-use-the-arrow-keys kind of programmer? Whichever you are, forget it, because you’re about to learn a much better way: Castalia has a feature called “Selection Expansion” that lets you select a chunk of code just by pressing a shortcut key (Ctrl+W by default). ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jacob @ 2012-01-13 08:53


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