The Atelier class and routine editors support the Eclipse content assist mechanism. When you type the content assist keystrokes, CTRL+Space, the editor opens a pop-up box listing possible completions given the context of the current cursor position. An additional pop-up box provides documentation for the selected item. You can use the mouse or the keyboard (Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Page Up, Page Down, Home, End, Enter) to navigate and select a line in the list. Clicking or pressing Enter on a selected line inserts the selection into the editor.
For example, if you have added a class method to a class using a template, and you are filling in the template variables, you can use content assist to suggest completions for the return type, as the following image illustrates:
Content assist for macros, which are introduced by
$$$ syntax, relies on processing on the server to generate
completion suggestions. This reliance on communication with the server means performance is limited by the network connection speed.
The Atelier content assist mechanism is similar to that provided for editing Java code. See the Java Development User Guide topic Using content assist.
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