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Variables can have a different value in every buffer. If you are in such a buffer, the
variable is said to be buffer-local. In order to set a variable for one buffer only, ...
This is a variable without a defvar. Setting it may cause problems for other people
. Example: (defun foo () (let (name) (setq names "test") names)). This will return ...
It is the value of variable 'custom-file' . ... scoping – variable binding (value)
behavior that means the last binding of a given variable wins – lexical context
Aug 24, 2013 ... Inserting a Regexp from a Variable or Register. Regexps are powerful, but they
can sometimes be complex to compose and hard to remember, ...
Jun 25, 2012 ... A sexp is any readable Lisp expression – code enclosed in parentheses, a string
enclosed in double quotes, a variable name, a quoted ...
Variables with DocStrings that start with an asterisk are possible candidates for '
M-x set-variable' . Since the user is supposed to type the new value into the ...
Apr 15, 2014 ... It's a variable that was defined using 'defcustom' (or equivalent EmacsLisp code).
Prior to Emacs 24.3 it was a bit more general: any variable ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... Question: For setting a variable to be non- nil , is there any appreciable difference
in setting it to t versus 1 ? Or is it simply a matter of style?
Nov 1, 2011 ... There are two things you can do to force variable changes local to files, when you
load them. The easiest thing is to add values to the first line, ...
Jun 25, 2014 ... dynamic: All variable names and their values live in one global table. lexical:
Every binding scope (function, let syntax, …) creates a new table ...