Commit 2ab9e3ce authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(Init Syntax): Fix last change.

parent cf47c5b2
......@@ -2091,12 +2091,13 @@ a Meta character, as in @samp{\M-a} for @kbd{Meta-A} or @samp{\M-\C-a} for
@cindex international characters in @file{.emacs}
@cindex non-ASCII characters in @file{.emacs}
If you want to include non-ASCII characters in strings in your init
file, you should consider putting a @samp{-*- coding: -*-} tag on the
first line which states the coding system used to save your
@file{.emacs}, as explained in @ref{Recognize Coding}. This is
because the defaults for decoding non-ASCII text might not yet be set
up by the time Emacs reads those parts of your init file which use
such strings, and Emacs might decode those strings incorrectly.
file, you should consider putting a @samp{-*-coding:
@var{coding-system}-*-} tag on the first line which states the coding
system used to save your @file{.emacs}, as explained in @ref{Recognize
Coding}. This is because the defaults for decoding non-ASCII text might
not yet be set up by the time Emacs reads those parts of your init file
which use such strings, possibly leading Emacs to decode those strings
incorrectly.
@item Characters:
Lisp character constant syntax consists of a @samp{?} followed by
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