Commit e75e59fd authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Minor corrections.

parent 4e3a22f8
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Emacs @dfn{registers} are compartments where you can save text,
rectangles, positions, and other things for later use. Once you save
text or a rectangle in a register, you can copy it into the buffer
once or many times; you can move point to a position saved in a
register once or many times.
once, or many times; you can move point to a position saved in a
register once, or many times.
@findex view-register
Each register has a name, which is a single character. A register can
Each register has a name, which consists of a single character.
A register can
store a piece of text, a rectangle, a position, a window configuration,
or a file name, but only one thing at any given time. Whatever you
store in a register remains there until you store something else in that
......@@ -59,7 +60,7 @@ register.
@findex jump-to-register
The command @kbd{C-x r j @var{r}} moves point to the position recorded
in register @var{r}. The register is not affected; it continues to
record the same position. You can jump to the saved position any number
hold the same position. You can jump to the saved position any number
of times.
If you use @kbd{C-x r j} to go to a saved position, but the buffer it
......@@ -86,9 +87,10 @@ Insert text from register @var{r} (@code{insert-register}).
@kindex C-x r i
@findex copy-to-register
@findex insert-register
@kbd{C-x r s @var{r}} stores a copy of the text of the region into the
register named @var{r}. Given a numeric argument, @kbd{C-x r s @var{r}}
deletes the text from the buffer as well.
@kbd{C-x r s @var{r}} stores a copy of the text of the region into
the register named @var{r}. @kbd{C-u C-x r s @var{r}}, the same
command with a numeric argument, deletes the text from the buffer as
well.
@kbd{C-x r i @var{r}} inserts in the buffer the text from register
@var{r}. Normally it leaves point before the text and places the mark
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