Commit 1ca6d156 authored by Juri Linkov's avatar Juri Linkov

* doc/emacs/mini.texi (Yes or No Prompts): 'y-or-n-p' now uses the minibuffer.

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@cindex y or n prompt
For the first type of yes-or-no query, the prompt ends with
@samp{(y or n)}. Such a query does not actually use the minibuffer;
the prompt appears in the echo area, and you answer by typing either
@samp{(y or n)}. Such a query does actually use the minibuffer;
the prompt appears in the minibuffer, and you answer by typing either
@samp{y} or @samp{n}, which immediately delivers the response. For
example, if you type @kbd{C-x C-w} (@kbd{write-file}) to save a
buffer, and enter the name of an existing file, Emacs issues a prompt
......@@ -825,9 +825,9 @@ File ‘foo.el’ exists; overwrite? (y or n)
@end smallexample
@noindent
Because this query does not actually use the minibuffer, the usual
minibuffer editing commands cannot be used. However, you can perform
some window scrolling operations while the query is active: @kbd{C-l}
This query does actually use the minibuffer, so the usual
minibuffer editing commands can be used. You can perform
window scrolling operations while the query is active: @kbd{C-l}
recenters the selected window; @kbd{C-v} (or @key{PageDown}, or
@key{next}) scrolls forward; @kbd{M-v} (or @key{PageUp}, or
@key{prior}) scrolls backward; @kbd{C-M-v} scrolls forward in the next
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