Commit 4324b7ab authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Add some xrefs.

parent c79615d9
......@@ -904,10 +904,11 @@ Lisp programs by representing the former as the integer 9, and the
latter as the symbol @code{tab}.
Most of the time, it's not useful to distinguish the two. So normally
@code{function-key-map} is set up to map @code{tab} into 9. Thus, a key
binding for character code 9 (the character @kbd{C-i}) also applies to
@code{tab}. Likewise for the other symbols in this group. The function
@code{read-char} likewise converts these events into characters.
@code{function-key-map} (@pxref{Translating Input}) is set up to map
@code{tab} into 9. Thus, a key binding for character code 9 (the
character @kbd{C-i}) also applies to @code{tab}. Likewise for the other
symbols in this group. The function @code{read-char} likewise converts
these events into characters.
In @sc{ASCII}, @key{BS} is really @kbd{C-h}. But @code{backspace}
converts into the character code 127 (@key{DEL}), not into code 8
......@@ -1619,7 +1620,8 @@ functions for keyboard input are also available for use in Lisp
programs. See also @code{momentary-string-display} in @ref{Temporary
Displays}, and @code{sit-for} in @ref{Waiting}. @xref{Terminal Input},
for functions and variables for controlling terminal input modes and
debugging terminal input.
debugging terminal input. @xref{Translating Input}, for features you
can use for translating or modifying input events while reading them.
For higher-level input facilities, see @ref{Minibuffers}.
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