[#Script #Coding] Top 10 VS Code Keyboard Shortcuts You Must Learn to Use!

Top 10 VS Code Keyboard Shortcuts You Must Learn to Use!

By codeSTACKr
Published: Feb 13, 2023

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    VS Code Tip of the Day
    Here are the top 10 VS Code keyboard shortcuts you must learn to use!

  • Number 10: Control + P to quickly open files.
  • Number 9: Control + K S to save all open files.
  • Number 8: Control + / on to quickly comment out code.
  • Number 7: Control + B to toggle the sidebar.
  • Number 6: Control + D to select the next occurrence of the current selection.
  • Number 5: Control + Shift + L to select all occurrences of the current selection.
  • Number 4: Alt + Up/Down Arrow to move lines up or down.
  • Number 3: Alt + Shift + Up/Down Arrow to duplicate lines up or down.
  • Number 2: F2 to rename a symbol and all occurrences.
  • Number 1: Control + Shift + P to open the command palette, or did you know you can just press just F1?!?

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