I have some code that looks like this:
$this->band_id = $band_id;
and i want to flip it to:
$band_id = $this->band_id;
Its far more work asking this question that just writing out the code by hand, but in the interests of learning.
when i normally dont know something, i user ctrl+shift+a and go looking for what it might be. I found:
"intentions -> PHP -> flip binary expression"
DESCRIPTION: Flip binary expression operands
BEFORE: <?php 1+2;
AFTER: <?php 2+1;
and it seams to be exactly what im after, but the ctrl+shift+a menu when clicked on takes me to the settings instead of doing the action.
in the settings there is no help as to what activates this action.
What activates this action? (expecting a key combo, like alt+shift+l = reformat code. ????? = flip binary expression?)