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Autocomplete

WOKCommands comes with built in autocomplete handling for slash commands. As of now you must provide custom slash command options and not use inferred arguments.
JavaScript
TypeScript
os.js
const { ApplicationCommandOptionType } = require("discord.js");
const { CommandType } = require("wokcommands");
​
module.exports = {
description: "Sets your operating system",
type: CommandType.SLASH,
​
options: [
{
name: "operating-system",
description: "The operating system you use",
type: ApplicationCommandOptionType.String,
required: true,
// Required for autocomplete to work
autocomplete: true,
},
],
​
autocomplete: (command, argument, interaction) => {
// Easier to view the autocomplete functionality with
// two versions of Windows
return ["Windows 10", "Windows 11", "Mac", "Linux"];
},
​
callback: ({ text }) => {
return {
content: `Your operating system is ${text}`,
ephemeral: true,
};
},
};
os.ts
import {
ApplicationCommandOptionType,
AutocompleteInteraction,
} from "discord.js";
import { CommandObject, CommandType, CommandUsage } from "wokcommands";
import Command from "wokcommands/src/command-handler/Command";
​
export default {
description: "Sets your operating system",
type: CommandType.SLASH,
​
options: [
{
name: "operating-system",
description: "The operating system you use",
type: ApplicationCommandOptionType.String,
required: true,
// Required for autocomplete to work
autocomplete: true,
},
],
​
autocomplete: (
command: Command,
argument: string,
interaction: AutocompleteInteraction
) => {
// Easier to view the autocomplete functionality with
// two versions of Windows
return ["Windows 10", "Windows 11", "Mac", "Linux"];
},
​
callback: (options: CommandUsage) => {
const { text } = options;
​
return {
content: `Your operating system is ${text}`,
ephemeral: true,
};
},
} as CommandObject;