Commit 1981e886 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(syms_of_keymap): Doc fix.

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......@@ -2437,15 +2437,18 @@ in the list takes precedence.");
This allows Emacs to recognize function keys sent from ASCII\n\
terminals at any point in a key sequence.\n\
\n\
The read-key-sequence function replaces subsequences bound by\n\
function-key-map with their bindings. When the current local and global\n\
The `read-key-sequence' function replaces any subsequence bound by\n\
`function-key-map' with its binding. More precisely, when the active\n\
keymaps have no binding for the current key sequence but\n\
function-key-map binds a suffix of the sequence to a vector or string,\n\
read-key-sequence replaces the matching suffix with its binding, and\n\
`function-key-map' binds a suffix of the sequence to a vector or string,\n\
`read-key-sequence' replaces the matching suffix with its binding, and\n\
continues with the new sequence.\n\
\n\
For example, suppose function-key-map binds `ESC O P' to [f1].\n\
Typing `ESC O P' to read-key-sequence would return [f1]. Typing\n\
The events that come from bindings in `function-key-map' are not\n\
themselves looked up in `function-key-map'.\n\
\n\
For example, suppose `function-key-map' binds `ESC O P' to [f1].\n\
Typing `ESC O P' to `read-key-sequence' would return [f1]. Typing\n\
`C-x ESC O P' would return [?\\C-x f1]. If [f1] were a prefix\n\
key, typing `ESC O P x' would return [f1 x].");
Vfunction_key_map = Fmake_sparse_keymap (Qnil);
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