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Senor Cuete

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Nov 9, 2011
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I have decided to remove some code from an @try...@catch block. This is because the code can throw several exceptions before the @Catch an if so, it makes it harder to debug. Also all of these are fatal errors requiring the program to post an alert and exit() anyway. Is there some way to select the text and shift it to the left to maintain consistent indentation? I searched for a way to do this with the XCode text editor and BBEdit but found nothing. Yes, I can do it manually but at one time there was a way to do it with a shortcut.
 

lloyddean

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May 10, 2009
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Des Moines, WA
I have decided to remove some code from an @try...@catch block. This is because the code can throw several exceptions before the @Catch an if so, it makes it harder to debug. Also all of these are fatal errors requiring the program to post an alert and exit() anyway. Is there some way to select the text and shift it to the left to maintain consistent indentation? I searched for a way to do this with the XCode text editor and BBEdit but found nothing. Yes, I can do it manually but at one time there was a way to do it with a shortcut.
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