Method-like completion for functions

Completion for searching for functions that accept parameters of a certain type.

Method-like completion for functions allows you to search for functions based on their first parameter.

Imagine you are new to Go and want to split a string.

You know that there must be a function for that, most likely it's called Split and accepts a string as the first argument, but you don't know the exact name of the function and its package.

Here's where method-like completion comes in handy, offering you a list of all suitable functions, automatically importing it upon selection.

How to use:

Hold down the Ctrl key and press Space twice.

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