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Hi,

I've noticed that in eclipse when you give "Exception" and click on exception it is redirecting to that link.. But actually according to java even if we give keywords or anything inside quotations(" ") it shouldnt be considered right? So is this a bug in eclipse?

Thanks

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Last Post by JamesCherrill
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Some Eclipse user should perhaps answer this, but in IntelliJ Ctrl+mouse click will take you to the class implementing object, method or declaring constant. I'm not sure if you referring to this functionality of IDE or there is something else. Unfortunately your question is badly constructed.

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Yes , seems to like a bug, I have checked it.... But this wont effect your application, its a application dependent bug.

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Hi Majestics.
Can you explain what this is about in terms that we all can understand? I'm completely baffled by the OP's version.

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well, he means that, when you ctrl-click on 'Exception' in the line µ

System.out.println("Exception");

it still links to the class, even though it's not a reference to the class itself.

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well, he means that, when you ctrl-click on 'Exception' in the line µ

System.out.println("Exception");

it still links to the class, even though it's not a reference to the class itself.

Oh, OK, thanks for that. Yes, I would count that as a bug too.

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