In the Spyder IDE, specific keyboard shortcuts are available for commenting and uncommenting code, enhancing efficiency when working with code.
To comment code in Spyder, the default keyboard shortcut is Ctrl + 1 on Windows/Linux or Cmd + 1 on macOS. By utilizing this shortcut, you can swiftly comment out a selected line or block of code by adding a # (hash) character at the beginning of each line.
Conversely, to uncomment code in Spyder, the default keyboard shortcut is Ctrl + 4 on Windows/Linux or Cmd + 4 on macOS. Applying this shortcut to a selected line or block of commented code will remove the # character from the beginning of each line, thus uncommenting the code.
It's worth noting that while these are the default keyboard shortcuts for commenting and uncommenting code in Spyder, customization of these shortcuts is possible to align with individual preferences. By reviewing the Spyder IDE settings, you can verify or modify the keyboard shortcuts associated with these operations, granting you greater control over your coding experience.