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Motion functions change the value of point, either relative to the current value of point, relative to the beginning or end of the buffer, or relative to the edges of the selected window. See section 30.1 Point.
30.2.1 Motion by Characters Moving in terms of characters. 30.2.2 Motion by Words Moving in terms of words. 30.2.3 Motion to an End of the Buffer Moving to the beginning or end of the buffer. 30.2.4 Motion by Text Lines Moving in terms of lines of text. 30.2.5 Motion by Screen Lines Moving in terms of lines as displayed. 30.2.6 Moving over Balanced Expressions Moving by parsing lists and sexps. 30.2.7 Skipping Characters Skipping characters belonging to a certain set.
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