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AutoComplete.h

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// Scintilla source code edit control
/** @file AutoComplete.h
 ** Defines the auto completion list box.
 **/
// Copyright 1998-2003 by Neil Hodgson <neilh@scintilla.org>
// The License.txt file describes the conditions under which this software may be distributed.

#ifndef AUTOCOMPLETE_H
#define AUTOCOMPLETE_H

/**
 */
class AutoComplete {
      bool active;
      char stopChars[256];
      char fillUpChars[256];
      char separator;
      char typesep; // Type seperator

public:
      bool ignoreCase;
      bool chooseSingle;
      ListBox *lb;
      int posStart;
      int startLen;
      /// Should autocompletion be canceled if editor's currentPos <= startPos?
      bool cancelAtStartPos;
      bool autoHide;
      bool dropRestOfWord;

      AutoComplete();
      ~AutoComplete();

      /// Is the auto completion list displayed?
      bool Active();

      /// Display the auto completion list positioned to be near a character position
      void Start(Window &parent, int ctrlID, int position,
            int startLen_, int lineHeight, bool unicodeMode);

      /// The stop chars are characters which, when typed, cause the auto completion list to disappear
      void SetStopChars(const char *stopChars_);
      bool IsStopChar(char ch);

      /// The fillup chars are characters which, when typed, fill up the selected word
      void SetFillUpChars(const char *fillUpChars_);
      bool IsFillUpChar(char ch);

      /// The separator character is used when interpreting the list in SetList
      void SetSeparator(char separator_);
      char GetSeparator();

      /// The typesep character is used for seperating the word from the type
      void SetTypesep(char separator_);
      char GetTypesep();

      /// The list string contains a sequence of words separated by the separator character
      void SetList(const char *list);

      void Show();
      void Cancel();

      /// Move the current list element by delta, scrolling appropriately
      void Move(int delta);

      /// Select a list element that starts with word as the current element
      void Select(const char *word);
};

#endif

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