Commit 616faee5 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Say that C-d and DEL with arg do killing.

parent aca2cfd2
......@@ -384,7 +384,8 @@ Reinsertion of killed text is called "yanking". Generally, the
commands that can remove a lot of text kill the text (they set up so
that you can yank the text), while the commands that remove just one
character, or only remove blank lines and spaces, do deletion (so you
cannot yank that text).
cannot yank that text). <Delback> and C-d do deletion in the simplest
case, with no argument. When given an argument, they kill instead.
>> Move the cursor to the beginning of a line which is not empty.
Then type C-k to kill the text on that line.
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