Commit a0377cbf authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong

Fix last change.

parent 70a9af81
...@@ -37,11 +37,11 @@ Indent from point to the next prespecified tab stop column ...@@ -37,11 +37,11 @@ Indent from point to the next prespecified tab stop column
Indent from point to under an indentation point in the previous line. Indent from point to under an indentation point in the previous line.
@end table @end table
In most major modes, the @key{tab} key runs the command In most major modes, the @key{TAB} key runs the command
@code{indent-for-tab-command}, which either performs indentation or @code{indent-for-tab-command}, which either performs indentation or
inserts whitespace at point, depending on the situation. inserts whitespace at point, depending on the situation.
In programming modes such as Lisp mode and C mode, @key{tab} indents In programming modes such as Lisp mode and C mode, @key{TAB} indents
the current line if the region is inactive. If the region is active, the current line if the region is inactive. If the region is active,
it indents every line in the region (@pxref{Mark}). Indentation means it indents every line in the region (@pxref{Mark}). Indentation means
adding or removing some combination of space and tab characters adding or removing some combination of space and tab characters
...@@ -49,12 +49,12 @@ adding or removing some combination of space and tab characters ...@@ -49,12 +49,12 @@ adding or removing some combination of space and tab characters
makes sense given the text in the preceding lines. Exactly how makes sense given the text in the preceding lines. Exactly how
indentation is performed depends on the major mode. indentation is performed depends on the major mode.
In text modes, @key{tab} inserts some whitespace characters to In text modes, @key{TAB} inserts some whitespace characters to
advance point to the next tab stop (@pxref{Tab Stops}). For the advance point to the next tab stop (@pxref{Tab Stops}). For the
purposes of this command, the position of the first non-whitespace purposes of this command, the position of the first non-whitespace
character on the preceding line is treated as an additional tab stop. character on the preceding line is treated as an additional tab stop.
You can therefore use @key{tab} to ``align'' point with the preceding You can therefore use @key{TAB} to ``align'' point with the preceding
line. If the region is active, @key{tab} performs this action on line. If the region is active, @key{TAB} performs this action on
every line in the region. every line in the region.
@vindex tab-width @vindex tab-width
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