All fsets changed to defaliases.
(kill-forward-chars, kill-backward-chars): Deleted. These were internal subroutines used by delete-char and delete-backward-char before those functions were moved into the C kernel. Now nothing uses them. (kill-line): Added kill-whole-line variable. Defaults to nil; a non-nil value causes a kill-line at the beginning of a line to kill the newline as well as the line. I find it very convenient. Emulates Unipress' &kill-lines-magic variable. (next-line): Added next-line-add-newlines variable. If nil, next-line will not insert newlines when invoked at the end of a buffer. This obviates three LCD packages. (left-arrow, right-arrow): New functions. These do backward-char and forward-char first. If line truncation is on, they then scroll left or right as necessary to make sure point is visible.
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