There's something I really miss from Java in Intel...
# random
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There's something I really miss from Java in IntelliJ, and I'm sure (well, I hope) it's possible, but I haven't found how. In Java, when I want a variable
MessageProvider messageProvider
, I can just type `MP<Enter> m<Enter>`: IntelliJ suggests the right type and the right variable name. When I want the same in Kotlin (i.e.
val messageProvider: MessageProvider
), I have to type
v<Enter> messageProvider: MP<Enter>
which is much longer. Is there some magic trick I've missed?
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