March 2015

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Android Studio Tip #6 – Multiple Cursors

I have heard before about this “ability” of Android Studio of having multiple cursors active at the same time, but I haven’t found it very useful until today. You can see what I am talking about in the gif below: Press ALT + SHIFT and left click on the mouse and select the position of […]

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Android Studio Tip #5 – Autocomplete “for” statement

When you want to write a for statement most of you guys (or at least me :P) start to write character by character “for (int i = 0; i < list.size(); i++)”. Well Android Studio makes this easier for us and we can avoid writing that much by using a combination of 2 keys: CTRL

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Android Studio Tip #4 – Automatic Negation

Sometimes, (in fact, many times :P) you have to negate boolean expressions, and in order to do that, you write the expression and after that you go back to the beginning to add “!”, am I right? :D Well, you can avoid doing this, by pressing the “!” instead of Enter when you use autocomplete. Just

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