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Eclipse Key Assist

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Hi,

I am using eclipse 3.6.1. I would like to know all the key assist options available especially like 'cntrl +O' etc cool options to see all available methods etc. Where can i find all those list of short cuts, key assist commands to speed up my development effort. Please advise. Any links, ideas, resources highly appreciated. thanks in advance
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Normally you can see all shortcuts in Eclipse in Window/Preferences -> Keys
And you can also change them.
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And this is funny website for shortcuts in all possible programs (Eclipse including).
I guess this is more than anyone can ever keep in mind:
http://www.keyxl.com/aaac600/286/Eclipse-3-keyboard-shortcuts.htm
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Two ways,

1. Press CTRL + SHIFT + L while working with eclipse.
    You will get the pop-up in right bottom corner with the list of keys and command.

2. Open Windows --> Preferences Menu. Select General --> Keys in Preferences box.
    You will get the list of all keys with the associated command. You can configure keys here as well as export the configured keys in a CSV format.
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