Replace All in Eclipse vs VS.NET

While using VS.NET, I generally find and replace all through the project(current project, entire solution, etc.) via Ctrl+Shift+H. However, in Eclipse it seems there is not any direct alternative at first. But what you need to do is pressing Ctrl+Shift+F, moving to "File Search" tab, picking project scope(enclosing project, workspace, etc.) and clicking Replace button in order to start replace operation in a wider scope.

I personally like the VS.NET's way of doing this operation.

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