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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; ...
Jul 18, 2013 ... If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. ;;; Code: (defvar speedkey-help-text "
SpeedKey Help KeySequence \t Help Text" "SpeedKey Help ...
Sep 11, 2014 ... Keys, or KeySequences, in Emacs are bound to Commands. ...
EmacsKeyNotation – How KeySequences are represented in the Emacs doc.
Feb 9, 2011 ... which is equivalent to (define-key vim:normal-mode-keymap keysequence '
function). and in the local keymap by (vim:local-nmap keysequence ...
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 ...
Apr 29, 2012 ... ... HeaderLine · Info · InitFile · InteractiveFunction · KeySequence ·
KeyboardMacros · KillingAndYanking · LambdaExpression · Line · LineWrap ...
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 ...
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.
C-x C-s: this is a KeySequence, see EmacsKeyNotation. \M-a, [(control f12)], (kbd
"<f6>"), [\S-f12], [?\C-c ?v ?p]: different notations for describing key sequences ...
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