Commit dd186936 authored by Lute Kamstra's avatar Lute Kamstra
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* buffers.texi (Select Buffer): Index goto-line.

* basic.texi (Moving Point): Mention the use of a numeric prefix
argument with goto-line and refer to Select Buffer for the use of a
plain prefix argument.
parent 9af967bd
2008-11-22 Lute Kamstra <lute@gnu.org>
* buffers.texi (Select Buffer): Index goto-line.
* basic.texi (Moving Point): Mention the use of a numeric prefix
argument with goto-line and refer to Select Buffer for the use of a
plain prefix argument.
2008-11-19 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* doclicense.texi: Update to FDL 1.3.
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......@@ -221,9 +221,12 @@ Position 1 is the beginning of the buffer.
@item M-g M-g
@itemx M-g g
Read a number @var{n} and move point to the beginning of line number
@var{n} (@code{goto-line}). Line 1 is the beginning of the buffer.
If point is on or just after a number in the buffer, and you type
@key{RET} with the minibuffer empty, that number is used for @var{n}.
@var{n} (@code{goto-line}). Line 1 is the beginning of the buffer. If
point is on or just after a number in the buffer, that is the default
for @var{n}. Just type @key{RET} in the minibuffer to use it. You can
also specify @var{n} by giving @kbd{M-g M-g} a numeric prefix argument.
@xref{Select Buffer}, for the behavior of @kbd{M-g M-g} when you give it
a plain prefix argument.
@item C-x C-n
@findex set-goal-column
@kindex C-x C-n
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......@@ -142,6 +142,7 @@ addition, if the value of @code{display-buffer-reuse-frames} is
non-@code{nil}, and the buffer you want to switch to is already
displayed in some frame, Emacs will just raise that frame.
@findex goto-line
@kbd{C-u M-g M-g}, that is @code{goto-line} with a plain prefix
argument, reads a number @var{n} using the minibuffer, selects the
most recently selected buffer other than the current buffer in another
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