In this chapter we study in detail several of the functions used in GNU Emacs. This is called a “walk-through”. These functions are used as examples of Lisp code, but are not imaginary examples; with the exception of the first, simplified function definition, these functions show the actual code used in GNU Emacs. You can learn a great deal from these definitions. The functions described here are all related to buffers. Later, we will study other functions.
|• Finding More:||How to find more information.|
|• simplified-beginning-of-buffer:||Shows |
|• mark-whole-buffer:||Almost the same as |
|• append-to-buffer:||Uses |
|• Buffer Related Review:||Review.|
|• Buffer Exercises:|