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I've been working hard on C# and I've been using Visual Studio whole time!
And it is about 1 year that I started Python.
And I have a big problem with Python: There's no object browser or auto-fill.
Visual Studio offers a great auto-fill and an object browser so you can see what variables and functions are defined under the class/library.
Is there any Python IDE for Windows that at least offers an object browser to see all library elements?
It would be good if I don't pay money for that.
Thanks

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The Python Tools for Visual Studio plug in offers "syntax highlighting, debugging and rich intellisense, unit testing, refactoring, object browser, MPI cluster debugging, Django intellisense and debugging, development REPL window and a debugging REPL window".

https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/features/python/

For a list of other IDEs and their functionalities:

https://wiki.python.org/moin/IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments

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