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How to make Eclipse autocomplete when you delete the word under the cursor?


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At the moment, when you try to use autocompletion when the cursor is in the middle of a word, Eclipse just adds a new word without erasing the balance after the cursor. Is it possible to change the behavior of the environment so that the old word is completely replaced with a new?
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If the java — Preferences->Java->Editor->Content Assist and put a tick on Completion overwrites.
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