JBUILDER QUICKIE: Is there a "go to next error"?

Posted on 2005-04-08
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Dear Experts,

When you're editing in JBuilder, is there a way to go to the next syntax error?  I'm always scrolling around looking for red dots!  (I know you can compile first, and then click on the errors...)


Question by:BrianMc1958
    LVL 35

    Accepted Solution

    There is the Tree view on the left hand side when you are looking at a Java file...

    The top node should read "Java Errors" or something like that node, and click on the error you want to jump to :-)


    Author Comment

    Dear Tim,

    That was such a dumb question that I'm afraid I cannot award 50 points to you.  Instead, I will need to subtract 50 points from myself, and from all of my descendants for seven generations.

    LVL 35

    Expert Comment

    hee hee!

    Glad to help :-)


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