4.2 Keyboard shortcuts

A list of the most common keyboard shortcuts available for use with Eclipse.

F3
Click on an assembler label from a branch instruction or a C/C++ calling function and press F3 to move the editor focus to the position of the selected item.
F10
Use in conjunction with the arrow keys to access the main menu.
Alt+F4
Exit Eclipse.
Alt+Left arrow
Go back in navigation history.
Alt+Right arrow
Go forward in navigation history.
Ctrl+Semicolon
Provided with the ARM® assembler editor to add comment markers to a selected block of code in the active file.
Ctrl+End
Moves the editor focus to the end of the code.
Ctrl+B
Build all projects in the workspace that have changed since the last build.
Ctrl+Home
Moves the editor focus to the beginning of the code.
Ctrl+F
Opens the Find or Find/Replace dialog box to search through the code in the active editor. Some editors are read-only and therefore disable this functionality.
Ctrl+F4
Close the active file in the editor view.
Ctrl+F6
Cycles through open files in the editor view.
Ctrl+F7
Cycles through available views.
Ctrl+F8
Cycles through available perspectives.
Ctrl+F10
Use in conjunction with the arrow keys to access the drop-down menu.
Ctrl+L
Move to a specified line in the active file.
Ctrl+Q
Move to the last edited position in the active file.
Ctrl+Space
Provides auto-completion on selected functions in editors.
Shift+F10
use in conjunction with the arrow keys to access the context menu.
Ctrl+Shift+F
Activates the code style settings in the Preferences dialog box and apply them to the active file.
Ctrl+Shift+L
Opens a small page with a list of all keyboard shortcuts.
Ctrl+Shift+R
Opens the Open resource dialog box.
Ctrl+Shift+T
Opens the Open Type dialog box.
Ctrl+Shift+/
Provided with the C/C++ editor to add comment markers to the start and end of a selected block of code in the active file.
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