You can directly select all new line in VS Code by:
- Put your cursor in the end of line and new line below (by pressing shift + arrow down at end of line)
2. Choose all by pressing
ctrl + shift + l cmd + shift + l //mac
When is it useful ?
I use it when I want to format things together.
For example I have a raw text, that I want to wrap in double quote.
So I’ll select all the text line and put this quote at the end of line, and pressing cmd+left, to go to first line, then put double quote for the start as well.
Other related questions (shortcut)
How do I select multiple lines of code in VS Code?
cmd + option + arrow down
It wil select all the rows below one by one
How do I select same words in VS Code?
cmd + d
You can press it multiple times, to find all the words, you can then edit the words after selecting all the occurances.