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  1. 我的Wiki:Icicles - Multi-Commands
    A multi-command is a command that lets you make multiple input choices in a
    single command execution: a multiple-choice command. You can choose
    multiple ...

  2. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Multi M-x
    How about a multi-command replacement for 'M-x' ? Instead of executing a single
    command, it would execute any number of commands. This page describes ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Icicles - More About Multi-Commands
    Jul 4, 2015 ... A multi-command is any command that uses input completion and lets you
    perform actions on any number of individual completion candidates ...

  4. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Defining Icicles Commands
    If defining an Icicles command is trivial, so is defining an Icicles multi-command.
    For the same effort it takes to define a command that acts on a single input ...

  5. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Defining Multi M-x
    Jun 3, 2012 ... When that is the case, you can use completion on that input, and if you do that,
    you can use the candidate command as a multi-command.

  6. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Multi-Inputs
    Jul 4, 2015 ... This is the case for all multi-commands: the candidate action function — the same
    function that you apply to individual completion candidates ...

  7. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Multi-Commands the Hard Way
    Aug 26, 2011 ... To write your own multi-command, you must make the command do this: 1. Call '
    completing-read' or 'read-file-name' , and perform some action ...

  8. EmacsWiki: Icicles
    Jul 5, 2015 ... ... create and use multi-commands – commands that you can use to perform an
    action on any number of candidate inputs any number of times ...

  9. EmacsWiki: Icicles - A Propos d'Apropos
    Aug 24, 2013 ... It is only by default, when a multi-command has not bound a more specific action
    to the plain Control bindings, that you can use the sans-Meta ...

  10. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Choose All Candidates
    Jan 4, 2014 ... In many contexts, ` C-! ' reports on any objects that were not acted upon
    successfully (in buffer '*Help*' ). All multi-commands let you use ` C-!



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