How To Escape Text When Pasting Into a String Literal

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In Eclipse, open the preferences: Window > Preferences and expand Java > Editor > Typing as shown in (1) in the following image.

How To Escape Text When Pasting Into a String Literal

How To Escape Text When Pasting Into a String Literal

Then check the “Escape text when pasting into a string literal” option as shown in (2).

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