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Hello!

I use JBuilder and it has a utility that allows me to, whenever I'm writing the name of an object and insert a '.' it displays a box with all the methods that object supports (for example, if str is a String and I type "str." a box appears with all the methods supported by String).
My question is, does Emacs have that utility?


Thanx in advance! :)
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Yes, there is XRefactory, but it is not free (though it is cheap!);
http://www.xref-tech.com/speller/
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