I am currently re-structuring my Python Code using PyCharm. I am often in the situation that I have to "move" many lines of code due to the indentation mechanism of Python. Moving lines of code "forward" is easy, as I just mark the lines and press "Tab", but I don't know how to do it "backwards"?
To make it clear consider a simple example for the structure problem:
for in_file in os.listdir(os.curdir): input_file = open(in_file, 'r') in_data = input_file.read().split("\n") print "Processing Data ..." in_array =  for line in in_data: converted_ts = to_timestamp(line) in_array.append(converted_ts)
When I remove the first line I have to move all other lines backwards. I guess there is a simple trick to do this and I hope that someone can actually help me.