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frank braunstein
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Joined: Dec 17, 2009
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Hi there,

I got a class which implements three interfaces. Is it possbile with a shortcut, like the format-shortcut (SHIFT-ALT-F), to import all mandatory methods into the implementing class ???

thanks in advance
David Newton
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There should be an error auto-correct suggestion, one of which would be "add unimplemented methods" or something, no? There is in Eclipse and IntelliJ, and although I haven't used NetBeans in some time, I thought there was in NB as well.
frank braunstein
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David Newton wrote:There should be an error auto-correct suggestion, one of which would be "add unimplemented methods" or something, no? There is in Eclipse and IntelliJ, and although I haven't used NetBeans in some time, I thought there was in NB as well.


Thanks for your answer, but it is of no help. As I requested i need a shortcut to do all the writing for me in a second, not just the error-msg.
David Newton
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And what I said was that there most likely *is*, I just don't know what it is. "Add implemented methods" does just that: adds implemented methods.

Geez. I'd recommend moderating your tone a bit.
Joachim Rohde
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Alt + insert
See also: http://netbeans.org/project_downloads/www/shortcuts.pdf
 
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