PyCharm includes various standards for writing code with proper indentations valid for Python. This makes it interesting to improve the code standards and writing the complete code in PyCharm editor.
Code completion in PyCharm is really unique. You can enhance it further using many other features. Note that the editor provides start and end of the code block. Consider a file named demo.py with the following code −
message = 'GIEWIVrGMTLIVrHIQS' #encrypted message LETTERS = 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ' for key in range(len(LETTERS)): translated = '' for symbol in message: if symbol in LETTERS: num = LETTERS.find(symbol) num = num - key if num < 0: num = num + len(LETTERS) translated = translated + LETTERS[num] else: translated = translated + symbol print('Hacking key #%s: %s' % (key, translated))
The code is completed using the following construct −
If you press Ctrl + spacebar while this popup is on the screen, you can see more code completion options −
PyCharm includes intent specific actions and the shortcut key for the same is Alt+Enter. The most important example of intentions at work is using language injection in strings.
The screenshot given below shows the working of intention actions −
Note that we can insert many different languages of intention actions in PyCharm Editor.