Python Autocomplete

Discussion in 'Programming' started by traider, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. traider


    Come from C# background, is there anything in the python world that is even close to C# autocomplete? I use a lot of jupyter and PyCharm IDE but they really are not even comparable to Visual Studio / Eclipse

    Is it because of design of python that means it will always suck in terms of intellisensing?
  2. Correct
  3. sle


    Any editor/ide that supports Jedi has reasonable autocomplete and static analysis for python. I used Atom, personally, but I think Jedi works for jupyter notebook too
  4. truetype


    What's wrong with Spyder?
  5. sle


    That too uses Jedi :) apparently people even use Jedi-based autocomplete in Visual Studio

    Supposedly, Spyder is a great tool if you need to actually write complex code such as libraries. I gotta take a look at it, been meaning for a while. Jupiter notebooks are fantastic for prototyping and organizing research, but I am finding that Atom is lacking in language-specific features.