So those of you who know IntelliSense well might scratch their head when you see the IntelliSense that Vijaye put into Small Basic.

Here's an excerpt from an FAQ about Small Basic:

 

With a new and revolutionary IntelliSense®, Small Basic makes writing code a breeze.

 

So rather than typing and getting the drop-down list, you kind of get this wheel of options and then you double-click (or Enter) to pick the one you want. This is a friendlier version for kids. Plus you can see with the colors, symbols and large letters, that this is definitely aiming to be friendly for newer programmers, including adults. Also, I believe having the Help definition built into the IntelliSense list hadn't been done before either. All that makes the Small Basic version of IntelliSense great to learn from.

Thoughts?

   - User Ed