PyCharm - useful shortcuts

PyCharm - useful shortcuts

Here are listed useful PyCharm shortcuts, which I use very often. If you have some other favourite shortcuts, please put it in a comment.

Find action

  • Ctrl + Shift + A - find action

View

  • Alt + 1 - toggle tool window Project
  • Alt + 7 - toggle tool window Structure

Navigation

  • Ctrl + MOUSE LB CLICK - go to clicked object definition / occurences
  • Ctrl + Shift + RIGHT (Linux/Ubuntu) - navigate forward
    • Ctrl + Alt + RIGHT (other OS)
  • Ctrl + Shift + LEFT (Linux/Ubuntu) - navigate backwards
    • Ctrl + Alt + LEFT (other OS)
  • Ctrl + G - go to line
  • Ctrl + N - finds a class by name
  • Ctrl + Shift + N - finds a file by name or path
  • Alt + RIGHT, Alt + LEFT - switch between tabs
  • Alt + UP, Alt + DOWN - jump between functions in code

Search / replace

  • Ctrl + F - find string/regexp in file
    • Ctrl + L - move to next occurrence
    • Ctrl + Shift + L - move to previous occurrence
  • Ctrl + R - replace string/regexp in file
  • Ctrl + Shift + F - find string/regexp in project
  • Ctrl + Shift + R - replace string/regexp in project

Code formatting

  • Ctrl + Alt + L - reformat code
  • Ctrl + Alt + O - optimize imports

Working on code

  • Ctrl + D - duplicate selected code

Edit shortcuts

Of course, you can edit shortcuts in PyCharm. To do it, just follow these steps:

  1. Ctrl + Alt + S - open settings
  2. Find Keymap section
  3. Edit any shortcut

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