Android Studio Tip #3 – Open Class At Specific Line
Did you know that you can open a class at a specific line? This is very useful if you do code reviews and you want to open a specific class to a specific line. Well, Android Studio let us to achieve this by using:
To search for a file press:
CTRL + SHIFT + N ( on Windows) or Cmd + Alt + O (for MacOS)
Name Of the class : line number
As you can see, it’s not even necessary to write the whole name of the class, which is kind of cool 😀
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