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A key, or more properly a key sequence, is similar to what is sometimes called a
keyboard shortcut in other editors. However, in Emacs: A key sequence can be ...
Aug 3, 2010 ... Given some keysequence ;; `key' that defines a motion command, the
keysequence `M-d key' ;; deletes without saving the region passed over; ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... A chord is a KeySequence in which the keys are pressed at the same time.
Example: 'S-M-C-a' . You can hold down a chord to repeat its ...
Jul 18, 2013 ... If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. ;;; Code: (defvar speedkey-help-text "
SpeedKey Help KeySequence \t Help Text" "SpeedKey Help ...
Keys, or KeySequences, in Emacs are bound to Commands. Even a simple key
like 's' is bound to a command (usually command 'self-insert-command' ).
Feb 9, 2011 ... (vim:local-nmap keysequence 'function). The following table gives an overview
over all standard keymaps, the corresponding variable names ...
... InteractiveFunction · KeySequence · KeyboardMacros · KillingAndYanking ·
LambdaExpression · Line · LineWrap · MajorMode · Mark · MenuBar · MiniBuffer ...
Jul 23, 2008 ... A command is an InteractiveFunction, that is, a function that can be executed by
users via 'M-x' or bound to a KeySequence. When you use ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... ... (that is, click 'mouse-2' with Meta pressed) to paste the secondary selection.
See KeySequence and Region for more about mouse actions.
Most editing KeySequences are available for this, including
SearchingTheMinibuffer. It's also possible to resize the minibuffer. Everything you
enter in the ...
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