If you don't declare a variable, it will try to autocomplete everything. For example, while trying to write for(i=0; i!=thing; i++), it will ALWAYS autocomplete with for(if=0; if!=thing; if++), and even if I change the first if back to i, it will continue to insist that I was, in fact, trying to use if for each proceeding i. It recognizes the for loop structure but is not smart enough to realize an if is not appropriate in this situation.
Also, it fucking copies blank space.
Hello 2012, I’m Josh. It’s nice to meet you.
6 years ago