PyCharm build 96.176 is available
Our work on PyCharm is steadily continuing, and today we’ve released a new EAP build with a set of nice new features. The improvements in the new build include:
- Highlighting of unused imports, with the possibility to optimize imports (remove unused imports) automatically;
- Analysis of method return types, which are now displayed in the Quick Documentation popup and used for code completion;
- Move Statement action (Ctrl-Shift-Up/Down), which allows to reorder single-line and multi-line statements, as well as entire functions, easily;
- Complete Statement action (Ctrl-Shift-Enter), which adds the missing tokens (like parentheses and colon) in the statement you’re currently editing and moves the cursor to the next line.
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