Commit 01005464 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(Position Info): Add text properties to the example. Add index entries.

parent 64b9637c
......@@ -653,9 +653,11 @@ part), the @w{@kbd{C-x =}} output does not describe a character after
point. The output might look like this:
point=26957 of 26956(100%) column 0
point=26957 of 26956(100%) column 0
@end smallexample
@cindex character set of character at point
@cindex text properties at point
@w{@kbd{C-u C-x =}} displays additional information about a
character, including the character set name and the codes that
identify the character within that character set; ASCII characters are
......@@ -665,9 +667,10 @@ internally in the buffer and externally if you save the file. It also
shows the character's text properties, if any.
Here's an example showing the Latin-1 character A with grave accent,
in a buffer whose coding system is @code{iso-2022-7bit} and whose
in a buffer whose coding system is @code{iso-2022-7bit}, whose
terminal coding system is @code{iso-latin-1} (so the terminal actually
displays the character as @samp{@`A}):
displays the character as @samp{@`A}), and which has font-lock-mode
(@pxref{Font Lock}) enabled:
character: @`A (04300, 2240, 0x8c0)
......@@ -675,10 +678,13 @@ displays the character as @samp{@`A}):
(Right-Hand Part of Latin Alphabet 1@dots{}
code point: 64
syntax: w which means: word
category: l:Latin
category: l:Latin
buffer code: 0x81 0xC0
file code: ESC 2C 41 40 (encoded by coding system iso-2022-7bit)
terminal code: C0
Text properties
face: font-lock-variable-name-face fontified: t
@end smallexample
@node Arguments
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