Easy way to split a line?

Is there a command to break a line into two parts? Basically the reverse of crtlshiftJ.

So if I start with:

String x = "Now is the time for all good men...";

and if I put my cursor between 'for' and 'all' and then hit a command and get:

String x = "Now is the time for" +
" all good men...";

Thanks

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Have you tried hitting Enter? Enter will split it and move the cursor to, in
your example, just after the " on the second line. Hitting Ctrl+Enter
instead will leave the cursor at the " after the word for.

;ted

"Lance" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is there a command to break a line into two parts? Basically the reverse
of crtlshiftJ.

>

So if I start with:

>

String x = "Now is the time for all good men...";

>

and if I put my cursor between 'for' and 'all' and then hit a command and
get:

>

String x = "Now is the time for" +
" all good men...";

>

Thanks



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Enter.

--Dave Griffith

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Well that's easy - LOL Don't I feel like a fool. Here I was figuring it was some complicated key sequence with 4 modifiers ;) Thanks!

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Well I can't seem to give Ted credit for the correct answer. I think it's because his post was via e-mail rather than the forum. But thanks to you both!

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