Commit a4338f51 authored by Jay Belanger's avatar Jay Belanger
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(Basic Tutorial, Programming Tutorial): Removed caveats for Lucid Emacs.

parent 60d1a807
2005-01-04 Jay Belanger <belanger@truman.edu>
* calc.texi (Basic Tutorial, Programming Tutorial): Remove caveats
for Lucid Emacs.
2005-01-04 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* custom.texi (Saving Customizations): Minor improvement.
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......@@ -2331,9 +2331,8 @@ key. If you type a prefix key by accident, you can press @kbd{C-g}
to cancel it. (In fact, you can press @kbd{C-g} to cancel almost
anything in Emacs.) To get help on a prefix key, press that key
followed by @kbd{?}. Some prefixes have several lines of help,
so you need to press @kbd{?} repeatedly to see them all. This may
not work under Lucid Emacs, but you can also type @kbd{h h} to
see all the help at once.
so you need to press @kbd{?} repeatedly to see them all.
You can also type @kbd{h h} to see all the help at once.
 
Try pressing @kbd{t ?} now. You will see a line of the form,
 
......@@ -5924,9 +5923,6 @@ system. But Lisp and rewrite rules take a while to master, and often
all you want to do is define a new function or repeat a command a few
times. Calc has features that allow you to do these things easily.
 
(Note that the programming commands relating to user-defined keys
are not yet supported under Lucid Emacs 19.)
One very limited form of programming is defining your own functions.
Calc's @kbd{Z F} command allows you to define a function name and
key sequence to correspond to any formula. Programming commands use
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