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I'm writing some basic programs on python and I need an IDE with advanced code completion(like bpython).

I've tried eric, eclipse, IDLE but those are not good at code completion, I need something like bpython(if you don't know, just try, it's great at code completion and hints)

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Can you tell us in detail what you understand under advanced code completion?

Note (so you don't waste your time): bpython uses Linux's curses and does not work with Windows.

Edited by vegaseat: n/a

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Have you checked Wing IDE? It does have code completion, but you need some $$$ ;)
I think Pydev does a good Job as does Pyscripter. May be they are not as advanced as you define.

Vega's question is good start

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Note (so you don't waste your time): bpython uses Linux's curses and does not work with Windows.

bpython doesn't even work on my linux box. It could be the 64 bits chipset...

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NetBeans for Python has nice code completion. It will close off "", {}, '', and () symbols for you. After typing 'def SomeFunction' it automatically adds '():' for you and when doing the same thing with a class like, 'class SomeClass', it automatically adds '(self):' for you. It also has automatic indentation, so after pressing enter after ':' symbols it automatically indents 4. I know that's basic, but it's better then other options.

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