It's a killer Scite feature. Everyone will love you for adding it to Notepad++.
Suppose you are writing PHP script.
After you type "strip_tags(" here comes hint with params and description.
Line from SciTE's php.api file:
strip_tags(string str [, string allowable_tags]) Strip HTML and PHP tags from a string
SciTE does this. It shouldn't be very difficult to implement this feature.
You can add your own functions to api file and you don't have to remember params. People like that.
>>People like that.
I fully agree :-)
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