Commit f0d129c6 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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(Position Info): M-x count-lines-region is not always on M-=. (Bug#2269)

parent 4431546e
2009-02-17 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* basic.texi (Position Info): M-x count-lines-region is not always on
M-=. (Bug#2269)
2009-02-09 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* calendar.texi (Holidays, Displaying the Diary): Update for new marker
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......@@ -515,9 +515,10 @@ Display the line number of point in the whole buffer.
@itemx M-x column-number-mode
Toggle automatic display of the current line number or column number.
@xref{Optional Mode Line}.
@item M-=
Display the number of lines in the current region (@code{count-lines-region}).
@xref{Mark}, for information about the region.
@item M-x count-lines-region
Display the number of lines in the current region. Normally bound to
@kbd{M-=}, except in a few specialist modes. @xref{Mark}, for
information about the region.
@item C-x =
Display the character code of character after point, character position of
point, and column of point (@code{what-cursor-position}).
......@@ -549,9 +550,9 @@ counts lines within the page, showing both numbers in the echo area.
@kindex M-=
@findex count-lines-region
Use @kbd{M-=} (@code{count-lines-region}) to display the number of
lines in the region (@pxref{Mark}). @xref{Pages}, for the command
@kbd{C-x l} which counts the lines in the current page.
Use @kbd{M-x count-lines-region} (normally bound to @kbd{M-=}) to
display the number of lines in the region (@pxref{Mark}). @xref{Pages},
for the command @kbd{C-x l} which counts the lines in the current page.
@kindex C-x =
@findex what-cursor-position
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