When I am working on code, I find that I often need to move back and forth between two places in the code – sometimes several places in the code. The best way to do this in MATLAB is with Bookmarks in the Editor. To add a bookmark in a file, place your caret on the line that you wish to mark, and then select the Go menu, Set/Clear Bookmark menuitem:
You can also use the Ctrl-F2 (On the Mac, Command-F2) keybinding to set a bookmark instead of using the menuitem.
A blue bookmark will be added to the gutter next to the line numbers:
Now you can easily move between bookmarks using the F2 key to move to the next bookmark and the Shift-F2 to go back to the previous bookmark, no matter where you are in the file.
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