Debugger for MySQL: Autocomplete \ Code completion

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The autocomplete option significantly reduces the development time: depending on what piece of code you’re editing now, it automatically pops up a list with code suggestions that suit best of all here, once you pressed the ‘.’ key.

Debugger for MySQL: Autocomplete

This code completion list includes column names or aliases, table names, embedded or user defined functions etc. The suggestion list considers where in the line a cursor is and adjusts its contents according to the situation. Whether you write a SELECT statement or INSERT new lines to a table, or want to perform a JOIN – in either case code completion offers the most appropriate suggestions. Also, as you start typing the first letters of a statement you need, the completion lists filters its contents to meet your intent.

Debugger for MySQL: JOIN Autocomplete

The feature works 100% transparently, just like it does in any other development framework like Visual Studio or Delphi. Conveniently, you can bring up the code completion window manually with the CTRL+SPACE hotkey. To hide the completion list, press the ESC key.

Debugger for MySQL: JOIN condition Autocomplete

Note that the entire autocomplete feature is highly customizable. You can optionally turn off the auto pop up (see Tools->Options\Editor\Automatic features\Code completion), adjust the JOIN and JOIN condition completion, the completion on databases, embedded functions and reserved keywords too.

Latest version

The latest version has been released on September 11, 2021

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