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Scratch files

Sometimes you may need to create temporary notes or draft up some code outside of the project context. Instead of switching to a different application for this purpose, you can use scratch files and scratch buffers .

Scratch files are fully functional , runnable, and debuggable files, which support syntax highlighting, code completion, and all other features for the corresponding file type. For example, while working on one project, you may come up with an idea for a method that you could later use in another project. You can create a scratch file with a draft of the method, which is not stored in your project directory but can be accessed and opened from another project. You can use scratch files to draft Java code constructs, HTTP requests, JSON documents, and so on.

Scratch buffers are simple text files without any coding assistance features. Scratch buffers can be used for simple task lists and notes to yourself. They are also not stored in the project directory but can be accessed and opened from another project. You can create up to five scratch buffers with default names, which are rotated and reused by clearing the content.

Create a scratch file

Do one of the following:

From the File menu, select New , and then click Scratch File .

Press Ctrl+Shift+A , start typing scratch file and then pick the corresponding action.

Select the language of the scratch file. Scratch files of the same type are automatically numbered and added to the Scratches and Consoles directory of the Project tool window .

When you create a Java scratch file, IntelliJ IDEA automatically adds a class declaration and a main() method.

Create a scratch buffer

There is no dedicated menu item for the action to create a new scratch buffer, but you can use the Find Action popup Ctrl+Shift+A and run the New Scratch Buffer action.

Also, you can create a shortcut for the New Scratch Buffer action as described in Configuring keyboard shortcuts.

IntelliJ IDEA creates a text file named buffer1.txt . The next scratch buffer you create is named buffer2.txt , and so on up to buffer5.txt . When that limit is reached, it will recreate buffer1.txt and suggest to clear the content for it. If you want to make sure that a scratch buffer is not cleared after you have five, you can rename it.

View the list of scratch files and buffers

To see the list of created scratch files and buffers, open the Project tool window, expand Scratches and Consoles , and then expand Scratches .

Consoles are used to compose and execute SQL statements for databases defined in IntelliJ IDEA as data sources. This functionality is available only when the Database Tools and SQL plugin is enabled. For more information, see Query consoles.

Scratch files and buffers are stored in the IDE configuration directory under scratches . They are available from any IDE and project that uses this configuration directory.

Scratch files Sometimes you may need to create temporary notes or draft up some code outside of the project context. Instead of switching to a different application for this purpose, you can use ]]>