IntuitiveMethodSet returns the intuitive method set of a type T, which is the set of methods you can call on an addressable value of that type.

The result always contains MethodSet(T), and is exactly MethodSet(T) for interface types and for pointer-to-concrete types. For all other concrete types T, the result additionally contains each method belonging to *T if there is no identically named method on T itself.

This corresponds to user intuition about method sets; this function is intended only for user interfaces.

The order of the result is as for types.MethodSet(T).