BRIEF Keyboard Shortcuts

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The following table lists the BRIEF Mapping keyboard shortcuts for the Code Editor.

Shortcut Action

Alt+A

Marks a non-inclusive block

Alt+B

Displays a list of open files

Alt+Backspace

Deletes the word to the right of the cursor

Alt+C

Mark the beginning of a column block

Alt+D

Deletes a line

Alt+F9

Displays the local menu

Alt+Hyphen

Jumps to the previous page

Alt+I

Toggles insert mode

Alt+K

Deletes of the end of a line

Alt+L

Marks a line

Alt+M

Marks an inclusive block

Alt+N

Displays the contents of the next page

Alt+P

Prints the selected block

Alt+Page Down

Goes to the next tab

Alt+Page Up

Goes to the previous tab

Alt+Q

Causes next character to be interpreted as an ASCII sequence

Alt+R

Reads a block from a file

Backspace

Deletes the character to the left of the cursor

Ctrl+/

Adds or removes // to each line in the selected code block to comment the code.

Ctrl+- (dash)

Closes the current page

Ctrl+B

Moves to the bottom of the window

Ctrl+Backspace

Deletes the word to the left of the cursor

Ctrl+C

Centers line in window

Ctrl+D

Moves down one screen

Ctrl+E

Moves up one screen

Ctrl+Enter

Inserts an empty new line

Ctrl+F1

Help keyword search

Ctrl+F5

Toggles case-sensitive searching

Ctrl+F6

Toggles regular expression searching

Ctrl+K

Deletes to the beginning of a line.

Ctrl+Num +

Increases the font size of the Code Editor.

Ctrl+Num -

Decreases the font size of the Code Editor.

Ctrl+M

Inserts a new line with a carriage return

Ctrl+O+A

Open file at cursor

Ctrl+O+B

Browse symbol at cursor

Ctrl+O+O

Toggles the case of a selection

Ctrl+Q+[

Finds the matching delimiter (forward)

Ctrl+Q+]

Finds the matching delimiter (backward)

Ctrl+Q+Ctrl+[

Finds the matching delimiter (forward)

Ctrl+Q+Ctrl+]

Finds the matching delimiter (backward)

Ctrl+S

Performs an incremental search

Ctrl+T

Moves to the top of the window

Ctrl+Shift+C

Invokes class completion for the class declaration in which the cursor is positioned

Del

Deletes a character or block at the cursor

Enter

Inserts a new line with a carriage return

Esc

Cancels a command at the prompt

Shift+Backspace

Deletes the character to the left of the cursor

Shift+F4

Tiles windows horizontally

Shift+F6

Repeats the last Search|Replace operation

Tab

Inserts a tab character