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Is there an auto-populate for AIMMS functions?

  • 9 April 2019
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The help feature for using a function is very nice:



The auto-populate for inserting an element is also swell.



But how about some kind of auto-fill for the functions themselves? Is there a keyboard shortcut for that?

Thanks!
~Bon
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Best answer by Khang.Bui 9 April 2019, 20:27

Hi Bon,



There certainly is a way to autopopulate the functions with their arguments. This is done by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + SPACE







In this example, the shortcut is performed twice. Once to complete the function name and another to add the argument fields.



A relevant link to our how-to containing a list of useful AIMMS keyboard shortcuts. Does this help to answer your question?
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Hi Bon,

There certainly is a way to autopopulate the functions with their arguments. This is done by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + SPACE



In this example, the shortcut is performed twice. Once to complete the function name and another to add the argument fields.

A relevant link to our how-to containing a list of useful AIMMS keyboard shortcuts. Does this help to answer your question?
Userlevel 4
It's super duper crazy perfect! Thanks for a fast and complete answer.

You rock!

~Bon
Userlevel 5
Hi Bon,

There certainly is a way to autopopulate the functions with their arguments. This is done by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + SPACE



In this example, the shortcut is performed twice. Once to complete the function name and another to add the argument fields.

A relevant link to our how-to containing a list of useful AIMMS keyboard shortcuts. Does this help to answer your question?


Hi, Khang, I often use Ctrl + K to comment and Ctrl + U to uncomment my code as it works for multiple lines. I didn't find it on the how-to link. Hope it helps! Sorry if it's not directly relevant to the question of the topic.
Userlevel 5
Hi @mateusarakawa thanks for adding - I'll add that to the shortcuts list on the How-To!

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