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A hyperlink from a function definition tries to find the function declaration in open projects. If it succeeds then it opens the declaration.
A hyperlink from a function definition tries to find the function declaration in open projects. If it succeeds then it opens the declaration.
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Since NetBeans 6.9 you can use multiple hyperlink support. Press Alt+Ctrl and click on virtual function declaration of virtual function call displays a list of overridden methods.
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Applies to: NetBeans 6.0 and later<br>
Applies to: NetBeans 6.0 and later<br>
Platforms: all
Platforms: all

Current revision as of 10:14, 15 June 2010

Does a hyperlink go to the function definition or to its declaration?

A hyperlink from a function usage tries to find the function definition in open projects. If the function definition is not found in open projects, then the hyperlink jumps to the function declaration.

A hyperlink from a function declaration tries to find the function definition in open projects. If it succeeds then it opens the definition.

A hyperlink from a function definition tries to find the function declaration in open projects. If it succeeds then it opens the declaration.

Since NetBeans 6.9 you can use multiple hyperlink support. Press Alt+Ctrl and click on virtual function declaration of virtual function call displays a list of overridden methods.


Applies to: NetBeans 6.0 and later
Platforms: all

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