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Sublime Text Editor shortcuts
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Sublime Text Editor is used for coding purposes by the developers and designers. this text editor supports different types of languages like c, c++, Java, and many other languages. In other posts, we had described its features click here to see the features

Editing
CutlineCtrl + X
Insert line afterCtrl + ↩
Insert line beforeCtrl + ⇧ + ↩
Move line/selection upCtrl + ⇧ + ↑
Move line/selection downCtrl + ⇧ + ↓
Select line – Repeat to select next linesCtrl + L
Select word – Repeat select others occurrencesCtrl + D
Jump to closing parentheses Repeat to jump to opening parenthesesCtrl + M
Select all contents of the current parenthesesCtrl + ⇧ + M
Delete LineCtrl + ⇧ + K
Delete from cursor to end of lineCtrl + KK
Delete from cursor to start of lineCtrl + K + ⌫
Indent current line(s)Ctrl + ]
Un-indent current line(s)Ctrl + [
Duplicate line(s)Ctrl + ⇧ + D
Join line below to the end of the current lineCtrl + J
Comment/un-comment current lineCtrl + /
Block comment current selectionCtrl + ⇧ + /
Redo, or repeat last keyboard shortcut commandCtrl + Y
Paste and indent correctlyCtrl + ⇧ + V
Select next auto-complete suggestionCtrl + Space
soft undo; jumps to your last change before undoing change when repeatedCtrl + U
Wrap Selection in html tagAlt + ⇧ + W
Close current html tagAlt + .
Column selection upCtrl + Alt + Up
Column selection downCtrl + Alt + Down
Navigation/Goto Anywhere
Quick-open files by nameCtrl + P
Goto symbolCtrl + R
Goto word in current fileCtrl + ;
Goto line in current fileCtrl + G
General
Command promptCtrl + ⇧ + P
Toggle side barCtrl + KB
Show scope in status barCtrl + ⇧ + Alt + P
Find/Replace
FindCtrl + F
ReplaceCtrl + H
Find in filesCtrl + ⇧ + F
Tabs
Open last closed tabCtrl + ⇧ + t
Cycle up through tabsCtrl + PgUp
Cycle down through tabsCtrl + PgDn
Find in filesCtrl + ⇆
Close current tabCtrl + W
Switch to tab number [NUM] where [NUM] <= number of tabsAlt + [NUM]
Split window
Revert view to single columnAlt + ⇧ + 1
Split view into two columnsAlt + ⇧ + 2
Split view into three columnsAlt + ⇧ + 3
Split view into four columnsAlt + ⇧ + 4
Set view to grid (4 groups)Alt + ⇧ + 5
Split view into two rowsAlt + ⇧ + 8
Jump to group where num is 1-4Ctrl + [NUM]
Move file to specified group where num is 1-4Ctrl + ⇧ + [NUM]
Bookmarks
Toggle bookmarkCtrl + F2
Next bookmarkF2
Previous bookmark⇧ + F2
Clear bookmarksCtrl + ⇧ + F2
Text manipulation
Transform to UppercaseCtrl + KU
Transform to LowercaseCtrl + KL

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