Commit d6921e35 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Say "expression" instead of "sexp". Update xref, Sexps -> Expressions.

parent ee6038a6
......@@ -103,15 +103,15 @@ punctuation characters between the words do not move. For example,
@w{@samp{FOO, BAR}} transposes into @w{@samp{BAR, FOO}} rather than
@samp{@w{BAR FOO,}}.
@kbd{C-M-t} (@code{transpose-sexps}) is a similar command for transposing
two expressions (@pxref{Lists}), and @kbd{C-x C-t} (@code{transpose-lines})
exchanges lines. They work like @kbd{M-t} except in determining the
division of the text into syntactic units.
@kbd{C-M-t} (@code{transpose-sexps}) is a similar command for
transposing two expressions (@pxref{Expressions}), and @kbd{C-x C-t}
(@code{transpose-lines}) exchanges lines. They work like @kbd{M-t}
except in determining the division of the text into syntactic units.
A numeric argument to a transpose command serves as a repeat count: it
tells the transpose command to move the character (word, sexp, line)
tells the transpose command to move the character (word, expression, line)
before or containing point across several other characters (words,
sexps, lines). For example, @kbd{C-u 3 C-t} moves the character before
expressions, lines). For example, @kbd{C-u 3 C-t} moves the character before
point forward across three other characters. It would change
@samp{f@point{}oobar} into @samp{oobf@point{}ar}. This is equivalent to
repeating @kbd{C-t} three times. @kbd{C-u - 4 M-t} moves the word
......@@ -120,8 +120,8 @@ the effect of plain @kbd{C-M-t}.@refill
A numeric argument of zero is assigned a special meaning (because
otherwise a command with a repeat count of zero would do nothing): to
transpose the character (word, sexp, line) ending after point with the
one ending after the mark.
transpose the character (word, expression, line) ending after point
with the one ending after the mark.
@node Fixing Case
@section Case Conversion
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