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    How do you have Eclipse search for a java file containing a specific word?

    When I type "Developer" it just shows nothing as if it doesn't exist. I have to type "CommandDev" just for the right file to pop up. Let's be real, that's completely dumb.


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    Edit: Someone in Stackoverflow finally found a solution to my problems.

    Had to use the wildcard *dev* to search it up.



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    CTRL + Shift + T if you're looking for a class
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSPSi View Post
    CTRL + Shift + T if you're looking for a class
    I already know that one xD that does not help =,= that's still the same concept for the search result when using ctrl+shift+r

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