Commit bb63d706 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Basic Indent): Clarify relationship of C-j to TAB.

parent 84471245
2006-04-06 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* programs.texi (Basic Indent): Clarify relationship of C-j to TAB.
2006-04-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org> 2006-04-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* killing.texi (Rectangles): Add index entry for marking a * killing.texi (Rectangles): Add index entry for marking a
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...@@ -360,7 +360,8 @@ usual conventions of the language you are editing. ...@@ -360,7 +360,8 @@ usual conventions of the language you are editing.
@item @key{TAB} @item @key{TAB}
Adjust indentation of current line. Adjust indentation of current line.
@item C-j @item C-j
Equivalent to @key{RET} followed by @key{TAB} (@code{newline-and-indent}). Insert a newline, then adjust indentation of following line
(@code{newline-and-indent}).
@end table @end table
@kindex TAB @r{(programming modes)} @kindex TAB @r{(programming modes)}
...@@ -385,9 +386,10 @@ the characters around it. ...@@ -385,9 +386,10 @@ the characters around it.
@kindex C-j @kindex C-j
@findex newline-and-indent @findex newline-and-indent
When entering lines of new code, use @kbd{C-j} When entering lines of new code, use @kbd{C-j}
(@code{newline-and-indent}), which is equivalent to @key{RET} (@code{newline-and-indent}), which inserts a newline and then adjusts
followed by @key{TAB}. @kbd{C-j} at the end of a line creates a indentation after it. Thus, @kbd{C-j} at the end of a line creates a
blank line and then gives it the appropriate indentation. blank line with appropriate indentation. In programming language
modes, it is equivalent to @key{RET} @key{TAB}.
@key{TAB} indents a line that starts within a parenthetical grouping @key{TAB} indents a line that starts within a parenthetical grouping
under the preceding line within the grouping, or the text after the under the preceding line within the grouping, or the text after the
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