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Kotlin / IntelliJ quick hint: Operator navigation

This is just a quick hint if you are programming Kotlin with IntelliJ:

In IntelliJ you can ctrl-click on operators to navigate to the operator definition (similar to ctrl-clicking on methods).

This also works for the get operator (you can click on the [] brackets) and for ranges (you can click on the dots (..) between the start and end values).

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