np.mean([10,15,25,30,35,40])
A function hint in Jupyter Notebook when we hit Shift+Tab

What’s great is that we can do this with our own functions.

Example:

So what’s the payoff here?

The hint shown in fully expanded view in Jupyter Notebook
The hint shown in VSCode when we have our cursor in the function name

That’s pretty cool; what else you got?

Sidenote:

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