Commit 6824708b authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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Mention keybindings of non-ASCII chars.

parent 315fe0e9
...@@ -322,7 +322,8 @@ this does make a difference, you can force a particular Lisp file to be ...@@ -322,7 +322,8 @@ this does make a difference, you can force a particular Lisp file to be
interpreted as unibyte by writing @samp{-*-unibyte: t;-*-} in a interpreted as unibyte by writing @samp{-*-unibyte: t;-*-} in a
comment on the file's first line. With that designator, the file will comment on the file's first line. With that designator, the file will
unconditionally be interpreted as unibyte, even in an ordinary unconditionally be interpreted as unibyte, even in an ordinary
multibyte Emacs session. multibyte Emacs session. This can matter when making keybindings to
non-@sc{ascii} characters written as @code{?v@var{literal}}.
@node Autoload @node Autoload
@section Autoload @section Autoload
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