you simply look at the suggestions and most of the times you should be able to remember the info you need to go on
I think that reading the documentation when you access a certain API function for the first time is…

It depends. On some projects, I’m dealing with hundreds of API calls from dozens of libraries. And many of these I seldom use, so it’s unlikely I’ve committed them to memory.

I’m not saying static typing isn’t useful. I’m saying it’s not a slam-dunk over dynamic typing. That’s why I don’t choose a language on the basis of data typing. I’m happy to use either Go or Smalltalk, Java or Python, Haskell or Scheme. Choose what is appropriate for the job.