Recently I searched for the possibility of creating a new sql worksheet in SQL Developer without having to save it.
I searched through the menus and finally found the command.
In order to prevent me having to search long next time, I will start noting down shortcuts to my most used commands in SQL Developer.
|Shortcut Description||Key Combination|
|Open new SQL worksheet to write (temporary) queries in.||Alt + F10|
|Formatting SQL Queries for selected source code.||Ctrl. + F7|
|Toggle the case (Upper/Lower/Initcap).||Ctrl. + '(Single Quote)|
|Execute a PL SQL Procedure||Ctrl. + F10|
|Compile a PL SQL Package||Ctrl. + F8|
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I am primarily a Windows user, since at work we have to use Microsoft.
However, privately I own a MAC Book and I am pretty annoyed with learning new shortcuts all over.
Anyway, below you will find a small list of helpful shortcuts.
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Below I will keep all shortcuts, which I find useful in Visual Studio 2012.
|Jump to definition of currently selected variable or method.||F12|
|Switch between code modules, classes and so on.||Ctrl. + Tab.|
|Create a new element comment.||Type in three times ' in a short period while selecting line directly above a property or method.|
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