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Insert mode completion that completes defined abbreviations.
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Insert mode abbreviations and snippets can dramatically speed up editing, but
how does one remember all those shortcuts that are rarely used? You can list
all insert mode abbreviations via :ia to break out of this vicious circle,
but switching to command mode for that is cumbersome. 

This plugin offers a context-sensitive insert mode completion to quickly list
and complete defined abbreviations directly while typing. 

i_CTRL-X_]		Find matches for abbreviations that start with the
			text in front of the cursor. 

			There are three types of abbreviations (full-id,
			end-id and non-id), which can consist of different
			characters. Thus, there can be more than one candidate
			for the existing completion base, e.g. "pre@c" can
			expand into a full-id abbreviation starting with "c"
			or into a non-id one starting with "pre@c". The
			completion indicates such a ambiguity through the
			message "base n of m; next: blah", and you can cycle
			through the different completion bases by repeating
			the i_CTRL-X_] shortcut. 

			Matches are selected and inserted as with any other
			ins-completion, see popupmenu-keys. If you use
			<Space> or i_CTRL-] to select an abbreviation, it'll
			be expanded automatically. 
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