Commit 3242b6f0 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

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...@@ -44,8 +44,7 @@ The following commands are useful for viewing screenfuls: ...@@ -44,8 +44,7 @@ The following commands are useful for viewing screenfuls:
M-v Move backward one screenful M-v Move backward one screenful
C-l Clear screen and redisplay everything C-l Clear screen and redisplay everything
putting the text near the cursor at the center. putting the text near the cursor at the center.
(That's control-L, not control-1. (That's control-L, not control-1.)
There is no such character as control-1.)
>> Find the cursor and remember what text is near it. >> Find the cursor and remember what text is near it.
Then type a C-l. Then type a C-l.
...@@ -557,16 +556,16 @@ at the bottom of the screen in an area called the "echo area." The echo ...@@ -557,16 +556,16 @@ at the bottom of the screen in an area called the "echo area." The echo
area contains the bottom line of the screen. The line immediately above area contains the bottom line of the screen. The line immediately above
it is called the MODE LINE. The mode line says something like it is called the MODE LINE. The mode line says something like
----**--Emacs: TUTORIAL (Fundamental)----58%------------- --**-Emacs: TUTORIAL (Fundamental)--58%----------------------
This is a very useful "information" line. This is a very useful "information" line.
You already know what the filename means--it is the file you have You already know what the filename means--it is the file you have
found. What the --NN%-- means is that NN percent of the file is found. What the --NN%-- means is that NN percent of the file is
above the top of the screen. If the top of the file is on the screen, above the top of the screen. If the top of the file is on the screen,
it will say --TOP-- instead of --00%--. If the bottom of the file is it will say --Top-- instead of --00%--. If the bottom of the file is
on the screen, it will say --BOT--. If you are looking at a file so on the screen, it will say --Bot--. If you are looking at a file so
small it all fits on the screen, it says --ALL--. small it all fits on the screen, it says --All--.
The stars near the front mean that you have made changes to the text. The stars near the front mean that you have made changes to the text.
Right after you visit or save a file, there are no stars, just dashes. Right after you visit or save a file, there are no stars, just dashes.
...@@ -583,7 +582,7 @@ a program, and since each programming language has a different idea of ...@@ -583,7 +582,7 @@ a program, and since each programming language has a different idea of
what a comment should look like, each major mode has to insert what a comment should look like, each major mode has to insert
comments differently. Each major mode is the name of an extended comments differently. Each major mode is the name of an extended
command, which is how you get into the mode. For example, command, which is how you get into the mode. For example,
M-X fundamental-mode is how to get into Fundamental mode. M-x fundamental-mode is how to get into Fundamental mode.
If you are going to be editing English text, such as this file, you If you are going to be editing English text, such as this file, you
should probably use Text Mode. should probably use Text Mode.
...@@ -676,9 +675,9 @@ text to the occurrence of 'c' where the search took you before you ...@@ -676,9 +675,9 @@ text to the occurrence of 'c' where the search took you before you
typed the 'u'. This provides a useful means for backing up while you typed the 'u'. This provides a useful means for backing up while you
are searching. are searching.
If you are in the middle of a search and happen to type a control If you are in the middle of a search and type a control or meta
character (other than a C-s or C-r, which tell Emacs to search for the character (with a few exceptions--characters that are special in
next occurrence of the string), the search is terminated. a search, such as C-s and C-r), the search is terminated.
The C-s starts a search that looks for any occurrence of the search The C-s starts a search that looks for any occurrence of the search
string AFTER the current cursor position. But what if you want to string AFTER the current cursor position. But what if you want to
...@@ -779,7 +778,7 @@ To use the HELP features, type the C-h character, and then a ...@@ -779,7 +778,7 @@ To use the HELP features, type the C-h character, and then a
character saying what kind of help you want. If you are REALLY lost, character saying what kind of help you want. If you are REALLY lost,
type C-h ? and Emacs will tell you what kinds of help it can give. type C-h ? and Emacs will tell you what kinds of help it can give.
If you have typed C-h and decide you don't want any help, just If you have typed C-h and decide you don't want any help, just
type C-G to cancel it. type C-g to cancel it.
The most basic HELP feature is C-h c. Type C-h, a c, and a The most basic HELP feature is C-h c. Type C-h, a c, and a
command character or sequence, and Emacs displays a very brief command character or sequence, and Emacs displays a very brief
...@@ -815,7 +814,7 @@ Here are some other useful C-h options: ...@@ -815,7 +814,7 @@ Here are some other useful C-h options:
>> Try typing C-h f previous-line<Return>. >> Try typing C-h f previous-line<Return>.
This prints all the information Emacs has about the This prints all the information Emacs has about the
function which implements the C-P command. function which implements the C-p command.
C-h a Command Apropos. Type in a keyword and Emacs will list C-h a Command Apropos. Type in a keyword and Emacs will list
all the commands whose names contain that keyword. all the commands whose names contain that keyword.
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