Le 29/5/2005, "Lothar Scholz" <mailinglists / scriptolutions.com> a ?crit:
>Hello Vincent,
>
>VF> I have rapidly skimmed over the few responses here.  Auto completion is
>VF> definitly possible in dynamic languages: Common Lisp has it with its
>VF> Emacs mode, SLIME.
>
>VF> If you're in a slime buffer, you type (get-un then press C-c Tab and
>VF> Emacs will auto-complete with (get-universal-time), if there are many
>VF> choices, they will be displayed in a split window, if the function
>VF> takes parameters, those will appear in the mini-buffer, like so:
>
>When using procedural code it is easy and not comparable with autocompletition for Ruby.

Er, Lisp is a procedural language?

> Lothar Scholz

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