Take Multiple Cursors at Start/End of Each Line in VS Code
Hi artisans, sometimes we baldy need to insert multiple cursors at the start or end of every line. We can easily do it with Visual Studio Code. I’m working on Windows 10. Let’s see:
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I’m taking a text file and we will insert multiple cursors at the start and end of every line.
Open the desired file and press
CTRL + A to select all lines. Then press
SHIFT + ALT + I to insert multiple cursors at the end of each line.
So, all cursors are at the end and we can add the same text at the end of every line.
HOME button to move all cursors to the start of each line:
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