Commit b6a5d601 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Improve indexing.

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@node Abstract Display
@section Abstract Display
@cindex ewoc
@cindex abstract display
@cindex display, abstract
@cindex display, arbitrary objects
@cindex model/view/controller
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@node Management Parameters
@subsubsection Window Management Parameters
@cindex window manager, and frame parameters
These frame parameters, meaningful only on window system displays,
interact with the window manager.
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@node Hash Tables, Symbols, Sequences Arrays Vectors, Top
@chapter Hash Tables
@cindex hash tables
@cindex lookup tables
A hash table is a very fast kind of lookup table, somewhat like
an alist in that it maps keys to corresponding values. It differs
from an alist in these ways:
A hash table is a very fast kind of lookup table, somewhat like an
alist (@pxref{Association Lists}) in that it maps keys to
corresponding values. It differs from an alist in these ways:
@itemize @bullet
@item
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@c The title "Standard Buffer-Local Variables" is too long for
@c smallbook. --rjc 30mar92
@cindex buffer-local variables, general-purpose
@cindex standard buffer-local variables
The table below lists the general-purpose Emacs variables that
automatically become buffer-local in each buffer. Most become
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@setfilename ../info/maps
@node Standard Keymaps, Standard Hooks, Standard Buffer-Local Variables, Top
@appendix Standard Keymaps
@cindex standard keymaps
The following symbols are used as the names for various keymaps.
Some of these exist when Emacs is first started, others are
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@node Arithmetic Operations
@section Arithmetic Operations
@cindex arithmetic operations
Emacs Lisp provides the traditional four arithmetic operations:
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Remainder and modulus
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@section Standard Mathematical Functions
@cindex transcendental functions
@cindex mathematical functions
@cindex floating-point functions
These mathematical functions allow integers as well as floating point
numbers as arguments.
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@cindex sexp motion
@cindex Lisp expression motion
@cindex list motion
@cindex balanced-parenthesis expressions
Here are several functions concerned with balanced-parenthesis
expressions (also called @dfn{sexps} in connection with moving across
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@node Byte Packing
@section Packing and Unpacking Byte Arrays
@cindex byte packing and unpacking
This section describes how to pack and unpack arrays of bytes,
usually for binary network protocols. These functions convert byte arrays
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