Commit c8cdfe6a authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix last change.

parent 794d58ba
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
@kindex F1
Emacs provides extensive help features accessible through a single
character, @kbd{C-h}. @kbd{C-h} is a prefix key that is used only for
character, @kbd{C-h}. @kbd{C-h} is a prefix key that is used for
commands that display documentation. The characters that you can type after
@kbd{C-h} are called @dfn{help options}. One help option is @kbd{C-h};
that is how you ask for help about using @kbd{C-h}. To cancel, type
......@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ Display a table of all key bindings in effect now, in this order: minor
mode bindings, major mode bindings, and global bindings
(@code{describe-bindings}).
@item C-h c @var{key}
Show the name of the command that will be run if @var{key} is typed
Show the name of the command that @var{key} runs
(@code{describe-key-briefly}). Here @kbd{c} stands for ``character.''
For more extensive information on @var{key}, use @kbd{C-h k}.
@item C-h f @var{function} @key{RET}
......@@ -133,8 +133,8 @@ Display a description of the last 100 characters you typed
@item C-h m
Display documentation of the current major mode (@code{describe-mode}).
@item C-h n
Display documentation of changes to Emacs and its packages, most
recent first (@code{view-emacs-news}).
Display documentation of Emacs changes, most recent first
(@code{view-emacs-news}).
@item C-h P
Display info on known problems with Emacs and possible workarounds
(@code{view-emacs-problems}).
......@@ -146,13 +146,12 @@ what they mean (@code{describe-syntax}). @xref{Syntax}.
@item C-h t
Enter the Emacs interactive tutorial (@code{help-with-tutorial}).
@item C-h v @var{var} @key{RET}
Display the documentation for the Lisp variable @var{var}
Display the documentation of the Lisp variable @var{var}
(@code{describe-variable}).
@item C-h w @var{command} @key{RET}
Display the list of keys that will run the command named @var{command}
(@code{where-is}).
Show which keys run the command named @var{command} (@code{where-is}).
@item C-h C @var{coding} @key{RET}
Describe a coding system @var{coding}
Describe coding system @var{coding}
(@code{describe-coding-system}).
@item C-h C @key{RET}
Describe the coding systems currently in use.
......@@ -160,7 +159,7 @@ Describe the coding systems currently in use.
Describe an input method (@code{describe-input-method}).
@item C-h L @var{language-env} @key{RET}
Display information on the character sets, coding systems and input
methods used for a language environment @var{language-env}
methods used for language environment @var{language-env}
(@code{describe-language-environment}).
@item C-h C-c
Display the copying conditions for GNU Emacs.
......@@ -230,14 +229,13 @@ you may find that some of your favorite abbreviations that work in
among command names yet fail to be unique when other function names are
allowed.
The name of the function that @kbd{C-h f} describes has a default which is
used if you type @key{RET} leaving the minibuffer empty. The default is
the function called by the innermost Lisp expression in the buffer around
point, @emph{provided} that is a valid, defined Lisp function name. For
example, if point is located following the text @samp{(make-vector (car
x)}, the innermost list containing point is the one that starts with
@samp{(make-vector}, so the default is to describe the function
@code{make-vector}.
The default function name for @kbd{C-h f} to describe, if you type
just @key{RET}, is the name of the function called by the innermost Lisp
expression in the buffer around point, @emph{provided} that is a valid,
defined Lisp function name. For example, if point is located following
the text @samp{(make-vector (car x)}, the innermost list containing
point is the one that starts with @samp{(make-vector}, so the default is
to describe the function @code{make-vector}.
@kbd{C-h f} is often useful just to verify that you have the right
spelling for the function name. If @kbd{C-h f} mentions a name from the
......@@ -407,8 +405,8 @@ the ones currently in use. @xref{Coding Systems}.
@node Help Mode
@section Help Mode Commands
Help buffers provide the same commands commands as the View mode
(@pxref{Misc File Ops}), plus a few special commands of their own.
Help buffers provide the same commands as View mode (@pxref{Misc File
Ops}), plus a few special commands of their own.
@table @kbd
@item @key{SPC}
......@@ -453,7 +451,7 @@ previous cross reference (@code{help-previous-ref}).
@cindex on-line manuals
@kbd{C-h i} (@code{info}) runs the Info program, which is used for
browsing through structured documentation files. The entire Emacs manual
is available within Info. Eventually all of the documentation of the GNU
is available within Info. Eventually all the documentation of the GNU
system will be available. Type @kbd{h} after entering Info to run
a tutorial on using Info.
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