Commit 9acb8eec authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Minor cleanups.

parent dc941693
......@@ -103,12 +103,14 @@ inserts that character.
@item
@kbd{C-q} followed by a sequence of octal digits inserts the character
with the specified octal character code. You can use any number of
octal digits; any non-digit terminates the sequence. If the terminating
character is @key{RET}, it serves only to terminate the sequence; any
other non-digit is itself used as input after terminating the sequence.
(The use of octal sequences is disabled in ordinary non-binary Overwrite
mode, to give you a convenient way to insert a digit instead of
overwriting with it.)
octal digits; any non-digit terminates the sequence. If the
terminating character is @key{RET}, it serves only to terminate the
sequence. Any other non-digit terminates the sequence and then acts
as normal input---thus, @kbd{C-q 1 0 1 B} inserts @samp{AB}.
The use of octal sequences is disabled in ordinary non-binary
Overwrite mode, to give you a convenient way to insert a digit instead
of overwriting with it.
@end itemize
@cindex 8-bit character codes
......@@ -582,15 +584,14 @@ area. To go to a given line by number, use @kbd{M-x goto-line}; it
prompts you for the number. These line numbers count from one at the
beginning of the buffer.
You can also see the current line number in the mode line; @xref{Mode
You can also see the current line number in the mode line; see @ref{Mode
Line}. If you narrow the buffer, then the line number in the mode line
is relative to the accessible portion (@pxref{Narrowing}). By contrast,
@code{what-line} shows both the line number relative to the narrowed
region and the line number relative to the whole buffer.
By contrast, @kbd{M-x what-page} counts pages from the beginning of
the file, and counts lines within the page, printing both numbers.
@xref{Pages}.
@kbd{M-x what-page} counts pages from the beginning of the file, and
counts lines within the page, printing both numbers. @xref{Pages}.
@kindex M-=
@findex count-lines-region
......@@ -663,9 +664,9 @@ coding system is iso-2022-7bit@footnote{On terminals that support
Latin-1 characters, the character shown after @samp{Char:} is displayed
as the actual glyph of A with grave accent.}:
@example
@smallexample
Char: @`A (04300, 2240, 0x8c0, ext ESC , A @@) (latin-iso8859-1 64)
@end example
@end smallexample
@node Arguments
@section Numeric Arguments
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