Using the Autocomplete functionality while creating a Python project in VEXcode VR can help save time and prevent errors while typing commands.
The following article will cover:
- How to Use Autocomplete
How to Use Autocomplete
Step 1: Begin typing to open the selection menu.
The device or command name will appear in a drop-down selection menu.
To access a list of the possible commands available using the Autocomplete function, press Control + Space (on Windows, macOS, and Chrome OS).
Step 2: Make a Selection with the AutoComplete
Press “Enter/Return” or “Tab” on your keyboard or left click on the command with your mouse to make a selection.
Note that with longer selection menus, you can make a selection using one of the following options:
- Use your “Up” and “Down” keys to select the name you want, then press “Tab” or (Enter/Return) on your keyboard to make the selection.
- Use your mouse to scroll up and down in the Autocomplete menu. Then left click on the desired selection.
Step 3: Add a Dot Operator to List all the Commands Available to that Device
Adding a dot operator (a period, “.”) will open a new menu of all commands available to the device.
Step 4: Make a Selection by Using One of the Following Options
- Use the “Up” and “Down” buttons on your keyboard to navigate the menu and then press “Return" on Mac, “Enter" on Windows or Chromebook to make a selection.
- Left click with your mouse on the desired command.
Step 5: Add Parameters
Parameters are the options that are passed to the command between the parenthesis.
Some commands require multiple parameters be set. Add a comma after a parameter to add another parameter.
Once all parameters have been added to the command, the command is complete!