Stephen Denne wrote:
>> On Tue, August 14, 2007 5:31 pm, Raymond O'Donnell wrote:
>>> Yeah, it's handy alright....I came across it first in a nice little
>>> freebie text editor I use a lot (www.crimsoneditor.com), where ctrl-m
>>> comments and indents the currently-selected text.
> I like the shortcut eclipse uses for toggling comments in java, and the reason I like it is that it uses the key you'd hit to start a comment.
> So how about Ctrl+hyphen for toggling comments in SQL, to add or remove -- from the start of each selected line?
> (I've written this without knowing whether that is already bound to anything.)
Sounds like a good idea - I've added it to the list.
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