Commit 6830ceb7 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Don't use "print" for displaying a message.

Make `ASCII' uniform.
parent 95009a13
......@@ -1473,13 +1473,13 @@ printable using the fonts built into your printer. You can augment
the fonts supplied with the printer with those from the GNU Intlfonts
package, or you can instruct Emacs to use Intlfonts exclusively. The
variable @code{ps-multibyte-buffer} controls this: the default value,
@code{nil}, is appropriate for printing @sc{ascii} and Latin-1
@code{nil}, is appropriate for printing ASCII and Latin-1
characters; a value of @code{non-latin-printer} is for printers which
have the fonts for @sc{ascii}, Latin-1, Japanese, and Korean
have the fonts for ASCII, Latin-1, Japanese, and Korean
characters built into them. A value of @code{bdf-font} arranges for
the BDF fonts from the Intlfonts package to be used for @emph{all}
characters. Finally, a value of @code{bdf-font-except-latin}
instructs the printer to use built-in fonts for @sc{ascii} and Latin-1
instructs the printer to use built-in fonts for ASCII and Latin-1
characters, and Intlfonts BDF fonts for the rest.
@vindex bdf-directory-list
......@@ -2293,7 +2293,7 @@ typing @kbd{C-g}. The dissociation output remains in the
buffer to another. In order to produce plausible output rather than
gibberish, it insists on a certain amount of overlap between the end of
one run of consecutive words or characters and the start of the next.
That is, if it has just printed out `president' and then decides to jump
That is, if it has just output `president' and then decides to jump
to a different point in the file, it might spot the `ent' in `pentagon'
and continue from there, producing `presidentagon'.@footnote{This
dissociword actually appeared during the Vietnam War, when it was very
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......@@ -131,12 +131,12 @@ length of text you can put into the clipboard is limited by the amount
of free DOS memory that is available to Emacs. Usually, up to 620KB of
text can be put into the clipboard, but this limit depends on the system
configuration and is lower if you run Emacs as a subprocess of
another program. If the killed text does not fit, Emacs prints a
another program. If the killed text does not fit, Emacs outputs a
message saying so, and does not put the text into the clipboard.
Null characters also cannot be put into the Windows clipboard. If the
killed text includes null characters, Emacs does not put such text into
the clipboard, and prints in the echo area a message to that effect.
the clipboard, and displays in the echo area a message to that effect.
@vindex dos-display-scancodes
The variable @code{dos-display-scancodes}, when non-@code{nil},
......@@ -730,7 +730,7 @@ asynchronous subprocesses are not available. In particular, Shell
mode and its variants do not work. Most Emacs features that use
asynchronous subprocesses also don't work on MS-DOS, including
Shell mode and GUD. When in doubt, try and see; commands that
don't work print an error message saying that asynchronous processes
don't work output an error message saying that asynchronous processes
aren't supported.
Compilation under Emacs with @kbd{M-x compile}, searching files with
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