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

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