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Alex Netkachov's Blog:
September 23, 2008 @ 07:08:23

In a new post today Alex Netkachov shows a handy little tip for the Eclipse users out there that want to use the @var type hint in their code.

@var variable type hint is very useful, but adding it a little bit complex: usually you need to type the class name or copy/paste it from somewhere. But with Eclipse PDT templates you can simplify this and add an autocomplete for variable name and class name.

It's a simple one-step process - you just add in a new template to your Eclipse application and it will prompt you to select the class name from a list and drop it right in. No more cut and paste needed!

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