unfortunately, eclipse doesn't understand when you're typing in a string that the , you hit doesn't mean go to the next parameter. this is something hard-coded into their parser.

refactor border

take a look after the r in newchar; that's the border you're looking for.

you'll want to hit esc when you auto-complete since you are in refactoring mode (notice the border around the parameters).

this is similar to when renaming a method or field using alt+shift+r - the border appears, indicating what you're doing is supposed to be "smart".

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