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VSCode Language Service cannot give suggestion for a member of an array. #277

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psyblade12 opened this issue Aug 19, 2018 · 2 comments
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@psyblade12 psyblade12 commented Aug 19, 2018

I don't know if I config the extension wrong, but it couldn't show any suggestion for a member of an array.

Here, I have an array of heroes named heroes, and a variable that stores the hero that the user chooses, named selectedHero. The extension gives suggestion for selectedHero variable correctly, but cannot give any suggestion to a member of an array of heroes. (eg: heroes[0])

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This code is Tour of Heroes, the official tutorial of Angular 6 from angular.io.
https://angular.io/tutorial

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@rezaeieng1994 rezaeieng1994 commented May 4, 2019

Did you get any answer or find out any solution?

@kyliau kyliau added the bug label Nov 11, 2019
@ayazhafiz ayazhafiz self-assigned this Nov 12, 2019
ayazhafiz added a commit to ayazhafiz/angular that referenced this issue Nov 12, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277
ayazhafiz added a commit to ayazhafiz/angular that referenced this issue Nov 13, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277
ayazhafiz added a commit to ayazhafiz/angular that referenced this issue Nov 14, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277
ayazhafiz added a commit to ayazhafiz/angular that referenced this issue Nov 15, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277
alxhub added a commit to angular/angular that referenced this issue Nov 16, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277

PR Close #33775
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ayazhafiz added a commit to ayazhafiz/angular that referenced this issue Nov 26, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277
matsko added a commit to angular/angular that referenced this issue Nov 26, 2019
Previously, indexing a container type would not return completions for
the indexed type because for every TypeScript type, the recorded index
type was always marked as `undefined`, regardless of the index
signature.

This PR now returns the index type of TypeScript containers with numeric
or string index signatures. This allows use to generate completions for
arrays and defined index types:

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  [key: string]: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['stringKey']. // gives `T.` completions

const arr: T[];
arr[0]. // gives `T.` completions
```

Note that this does _not_ provide completions for properties indexed by
string literals, e.g.

```typescript
interface Container<T> {
  foo: T;
}
const ctr: Container<T>;
ctr['foo']. // does not give `T.` completions
```

Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#110
Closes angular/vscode-ng-language-service#277

PR Close #34047
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