How to use 'jupyterlab autocomplete' in Python

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202def autocomplete(self):
203 # TODO: Add recursive dir() attribute suggestions
204
205 last_line = self.get_last_line()
206 cursor_line_index = self.tbox.CaretIndex - self.tbox.Text.rfind(Console.CARET) - len(Console.CARET)
207 text = last_line[0:cursor_line_index]
208 possibilities = set(self.stack_locals.keys() + self.stack_globals.keys()) # + self.get_all_history()
209 suggestions = [p for p in possibilities if p.lower().startswith(text.lower())]
210
211 logger.debug('Text: {}'.format(text))
212 logger.debug('Sug: {}'.format(suggestions))
213
214 if not suggestions:
215 return None
216 # Create Dictionary to Track iteration over suggestion
217 index = self.ac_options[text]
218 try:
219 suggestion = suggestions[index]
220 except IndexError:
221 self.ac_options[text] = 0
222 suggestion = suggestions[0]
223 self.ac_options[text] += 1
224
225 if suggestion is not None:
226 caret_index = self.tbox.CaretIndex
227 self.write_text(suggestion)
228 self.tbox.CaretIndex = caret_index
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4def autocomplete(shell, line, text, state):
5
6 # should never go this big...
7 if len(line.split()) > 2:
8 return None
9
10 options = [x + " " for x in shell.actions if x.startswith(text)]
11
12 try:
13 return options[state]
14 except:
15 return None

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