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Does anyone know if there is a keystroke similar to SHIFT+ENTER in netbeans that puts the cursor at the end of the current line after autocomplete?

When I create a string variable like this $var = 'mystring|'

I want to be able to keystroke the cursor(in example above the pipe) to the end of the line after the closing quote so I can quickly add a semicolon. In Aptana hitting ENTER automatically puts the cursor at the end of line. I can of course use the right arrow key but that doesn't work well if in the middle of the string or long logic.

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How about the "end" key?
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Partially worked. Thanks!
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