Shortcut to comment out a block of code with sublime text

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I want to comment out a block of code in sublime text.

I see it in RailsCasts, but don't think he uses sublime text ... to do the following ...

if (uncommented)
  some uncommented example
  # if (commented) 
  #   some commented example code
  # end
end

Is there a shortcut in sublime text that I can use to insert the block of #'s?

This question is tagged with keyboard-shortcuts sublimetext

~ Asked on 2012-07-12 01:23:19

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The shortcut to comment out or uncomment the selected text or current line:

  • Windows: Ctrl+/
  • Mac: Command ?+/
  • Linux: Ctrl+Shift+/

Alternatively, use the menu: Edit > Comment

For the block comment you may want to use:

  • Windows: Ctrl+Shift+/
  • Mac: Command ?+Option/Alt+/

~ Answered on 2012-07-12 01:29:19


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You're looking for the toggle_comment command. (Edit > Comment > Toggle Comment)

By default, this command is mapped to:

  • Ctrl+/ (On Windows and Linux)
  • Command ?+/ (On Mac)

This command also takes a block argument, which allows you to use block comments instead of single lines (e.g. /* ... */ as opposed to // ... in JavaScript). By default, the following key combinations are mapped to toggle block comments:

  • Ctrl+Shift+/ (On Windows and Linux)
  • Command ?+Alt+/ (On Mac)

~ Answered on 2014-05-15 16:27:34


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