When I press Ctrl + Backspace in Atom, it deletes everything up to and including the first character encountered to the right of the current carret position. If there are no characters in the current line, it goes up one line. In this case it also deletes the first character it encounters in the line above.
I really don’t like this behavior. It is also different from how other editors handle Ctrl + Backspace. In Sublime, for example, it only removes white-space, never a character.
Why in Atom Ctrl+Backspace has this unexpected (IMHO) behavior?