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Are you tired of quoting when inserting formatted text as a String value in to your Java source code?

Let's have a look at this gadget, Clipboard Modificator.

Example:

<Message>
Hello world
</Message>

 In Java code as a String value:

String xmlMessage = 
"<Message>\n"+
" Hello world \n"+
"</Message>";

 It isa free plugin to the NetBeans IDE and its called Clipboard Modificator.

  • Latest version can do the both ways, and even lets you to specify your own regular expression.

    See more informations on:

    http://plugins.netbeans.org/PluginPortal/faces/PluginDetailPage.jsp;jsessionid=5a53df7647a680b37c81abe6dfa6?pluginid=25439

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