Allows the pressing of the Tab key on one's keyboard to automatically complete portions of an input field.
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Tab completion is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command-line_completion This is a bash-type multi-tab, rotating and case-insensitive completion code snippet, that was written in response to a feature request for the Nodester IRC project: http://irc.nodester.com/. Encouraged by the person that made the feature request, sirkitree (https://github.com/sirkitree) and by alejandromg (https://github.com/alejandromg) from Nodester (https://github.com/nodester), here is the snippet for whomever is interested. It was tested on a Windows Xp machine over IE8 version 8.0.6001.18702, FF 11.0 and Chrome 18.0.1025.142 m. The code uses space as separator. The completion source is represented by any string array: ["Abraham Lincoln", "abacus Moire", "22", "brocard 1", "ab!ba", "crocard", "cribauld", "cronos"]. Usage: We want our message to be: "alejandromg, microp11 say hi" So we write: al <TAB> msg: alejandromg then we type ", mic" <TAB> msg: alejandromg, microp11 then " says hi" so the msg will be "alejandromg, microp11, says hi" :P Enjoy!