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The ABAP editor has a good memory

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Select a word in the ABAP editor and choose CTRL-C. Then select another word and choose CTRL-C again. Then another word and so on. You have copied words several times to the clipboard. Experience and common sense tells us that if you choose CTRL-V you can only paste the last word you copied to the clipboard. But that is not quite right. You may not be aware of it, but the ABAP editor has a good memory.

Try out CTRL-SHIFT-V. A list of the last things you copied to clipboard appears!


Thanks to Ricardo Monteiro for the tip.

And thanks to net_efekt for the photo.

Greetings from Abapinho.