for OS X
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||
|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: 20 April 2016