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Postfix code completion lets you transform an already typed expression to another one
based on the postfix you type after a dot, the type of the expression, and its context.
This transformation is performed by expanding the postfix-specific predefined template. For example, the
.if postfix applied to a boolean expression wraps it with an
See more at:
Postfix Code Completion.
On this page, enable and disable postfix templates and appoint the key to activate the template expansion.
|Enable postfix completion||
Select this check box to have IntelliJ IDEA transform expressions with postfixes into other
expressions by expanding postfix-specific templates. When the check box is selected, choose
the postfixes to apply transformations to by selecting the check boxes next to the desired
postfixes in the list below.
When this check box is cleared, no template expansion is applied.
Expand template with
From this drop-down box, choose the key that will invoke template expansion. The available options
are: Tab, Space, and Enter.
|Table of available postfix templates||
The table below shows the list of available postfix templates. To enable or disable a template,
select or clear the check box next to it.
When you select a template, the right-hand pane shows its description and illustrates how it works
by displaying the expression before and after the selected template is applied.
Last modified: 5 September 2016