|short cut key to navigate to the starting of the loop or an if-else condition. [message #763775]
||Sat, 10 December 2011 14:51
Registered: December 2011
I have been using eclipse since 2 years , programming with java on windows xp.
I am not trying to report any bug.
I have a requirement. it is as follows.
I am in the middle of a big java file, inside a method. (say on some line number 1145).
I want to know whether this line of code is
1)inside a for-loop or while-loop
2) inside a if-else condition
without actually navigating to the top of the code where this loop starts, using the mouse scroll button,
i just want to navigate to the top of the for-loop or while-loop
using a shortcut key.
just like the shortcut key control+shift+up_arrow or control+shift+down_arrow keys, move to the next/previous methods, i want a short cut key to navigate to the starting of the loop or an if-else condition.
Please let me know, if this feature is available.
Hope i have posted my question clearly. If not, please feel free to write back, i will try to be more clear.
Thank you everybody
Look forward for your support.
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