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Eclipse Tips: Using the Source Menu

04.10.2013
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Everyone knows – or at least suspects – that most of the Eclipse goodies live under the Refactoring menu. However, there’s also a lot of goodness under the Source menu too.

In this quick tip, I’m using another example from my little Java TDD course, demonstrating how to quickly write an immutable value type using a bunch of those Source menu items.

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