Using the Editors
JDeveloper provides a variety of editors with which you can:
Edit code: To edit source code, double-click the file in the Application Navigator to display the contents in the appropriate editor. Highlights of the code editor include the following:
Toolbar enables quick access to functions such as generate accessors, surround with, override method/implementation interface, reformat, and so on.
Auto Code Highlight automatically highlights instances of a selected item
Syntax color options for easier code readability
Code folding: Expand and contract sections of code.
Show Whitespace Characters: Renders spaces, new lines, carriage returns, nonbreaking spaces, and tab characters as alternate visible characters
Overview Popup: View the source at an overview mark by simply hovering the cursor over the mark.
Structure Window Popup: View the source for a method by pressing Ctrl while the cursor is over the desired method in the Structure window.
Quick Outline: A new method to quickly navigate to methods and fields of a class and its super classes. The “ghost” window floats just above the code and contains a tree of the available methods and fields of the current class and its super classes. Start