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The following keyboard shortcuts are available when the text completion list is open.
|Ctrl+C||Shows only columns in the text completion list.|
|Ctrl+F||Shows only SQL functions in the text completion list.|
|Ctrl+P||Shows only stored procedures and functions in the text completion list.|
|Ctrl+S||Changes the contents of the list to show or hide system objects.|
|Ctrl+Shift+Space||Opens the text completion window. You can also use Ctrl+Space to open the text completion window.|
|Ctrl+T||Shows only tables in the text completion list.|
|Ctrl+V||Shows only views in the text completion list.|
|Escape||Closes the text completion window without adding any text.|
|Tab||Toggles between a list of all database object names and a list of names that match what has been typed so far.|
For tables, inserts a comma separated list of columns, including data types.
For stored procedures, inserts the procedure name, followed by a comma-separated list of parameter names and their data types.
For tables, inserts a comma-separated list of columns.
For stored procedures, inserts the procedure name, followed by a comma-separated list of parameter names.
|"||Completes the name, enclosing it in quotation marks, regardless of the setting of the quoted_identifier option. See quoted_identifier option [compatibility].|
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