Buy the book!
|[ < ]||[ > ]||[ << ]||[ Up ]||[ >> ]||[Top]||[Contents]||[Index]||[ ? ]|
You can use the display table feature to control how all possible character codes display on the screen. This is useful for displaying European languages that have letters not in the ASCII character set.
The display table maps each character code into a sequence of glyphs, each glyph being a graphic that takes up one character position on the screen. You can also define how to display each glyph on your terminal, using the glyph table.
Display tables affect how the mode line is displayed; if you want to
force redisplay of the mode line using a new display table, call
force-mode-line-update (see section 23.3 Mode Line Format).
38.17.1 Display Table Format What a display table consists of. 38.17.2 Active Display Table How Emacs selects a display table to use. 38.17.3 Glyphs How to define a glyph, and what glyphs mean.
|webmaster donations bookstore||delorie software privacy|
|Copyright © 2003 by The Free Software Foundation||Updated Jun 2003|