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  1. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Progressive Completion
    Progressive Completion. Perhaps the best way to explain this feature is to use a
    familiar analogy. Unix or GNU/Linux command 'grep' takes a regular-expression

  2. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Regressive Completion
    Jan 8, 2014 ... Though generally less useful than progressive completion, you can also widen,
    instead of narrow, the current set of completion candidates, ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Candidate Sets
    Gotcha: If you use progressive completion and you have not yet typed anything
    after 'M-*' or 'S-SPC' , then there is not yet a set of candidates to save. If you use ...

  4. EmacsWiki: Icicles Index
    ... Hard Way; cascaded completion – see progressive completion; case-sensitivity
    – Icicles ... progressive-completion analogy – Icicles - Progressive Completion ...

  5. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Multi-Completions
    You can of course use progressive completion to match multiple regexps. Here,
    for example, is a query that shows all doc strings (functions, variables, faces – a ...

  6. EmacsWiki: Icicles
    It is far more useful when you use it together with Icicles features such as apropos
    completion, progressive completion, and chipping away the non-elephant.

  7. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Expanded-Common-Match Completion
    Previous: Icicles - Apropos Completions · Icicles · IciclesIndex, Next: Icicles -
    Progressive Completion. Expanded-Common-Match Completion. Apropos (
    regexp) ...

  8. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Nutshell View
    Progressive completion. Set intersection can take a couple of forms. The most
    useful is “progressive completion”: use the current set of matching candidates as

  9. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Defining Completion for Comint Modes
    ... can use Icicles completion, with all of its features (cycling, progressive
    completion, apropos completion, and so on). See Icicles - Completion in Comint

  10. EmacsWiki: ESSIcicles Completion
    Feb 14, 2010 ... This means you can cycle to choose a candidate, complete using one or more
    substrings or regexps (progressive completion), and so on.



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