Lets say I am in ruby and I type “mp” and then hit the tab key. I get “map(&:id)” which is really handy since it saves me from typing map(&:id). A more useful version of this would be to type “some_list.mp” and then hit the tab key. The problem is that “some_list.” is not in the snippet to make map(&:id). Is there a way to get it to recognize “mp” when I press tab regardless of what is before it?