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Camel Case Selection

This feature works with camelCased and PascalCased identifiers and allows you to select words in these identifiers.

Use Alt + Right Arrow and Alt + Left Arrow to move the caret between words in the camelCased and PascalCased identifiers. To select a part of such an identifier, use the Alt + Shift + Right Arrow and Alt + Shift + Left Arrow.

The camel case versions of Ctrl + Backspace and Ctrl + Delete are also supported. To delete a single word in a camel-case identifier, use Alt + Backspace or Alt + Delete.

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