Power Shell has completions for environment variable names, shell variable names and — from within user-defined functions — parameter names.Command argument completion is the completion of a specific command's arguments.Bash, zsh and fish offer parameter name completion through a definition external to the command, distributed in a separate completion definition file.
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Completion is generally requested by pressing the completion key (often the ), a builtin command, a function or alias.
Individual cmdlets can also define dynamic completion of argument values where the completion values are computed dynamically on the running system.
A user of a shell may find that he/she is typing something similar to what the user typed before.
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